A I do, but it’s not my primary thing. I do psychological profiles of people so they can get on their own path.
Q Who was the last dead person you saw?
A Someone’s father in a reading. It was on a radio station in Mankato. I did an interview in Mankato and her dead relative came in.
Q Do spirits ever tell you information that’s unrepeatable?
A Yes, absolutely.
Q Is there anything tasteless about “Entertainment Tonight” providing essentially a map of the resting places of dearly departed celebrities for Halloween?
A OF COURSE, it’s totally tasteless! It’s Hollywood. You’ve got to go there.
Q You knew I was coming today, so you had time to collect information about me that has been in magazine stories? (Attempt to redirect the interview No. 2, coming up.)
A I would rather you ask me a personal question.
Q Telling me something about me really doesn’t mean anything to me. Tell me something about this little old lady? (I showed her a photo of my great-grandmother.)
A I don’t know. I don’t work that way. What are you trying to do? Are you trying to get me to prove I’m psychic? You are. I’m a former reporter and I know how it goes. When I was a reporter, nobody could have proved to me psychic ability. So I don’t try to prove it. People become psychic. I give psychic readings. I’m going to plug this. I have a book that’s about your own psychic abilities. I think if you are a trusted and respected psychic, you have people around who love you and support you and you have clientele. And that’s how I roll. Having been a former newsy and investigative reporter, it’s a big calling to come out as a psychic. It’s not that easy. But I have always lived in my authenticity and my integrity. Now I am building to bigger things, because I believe people have these abilities, to have good intuition and be psychic.
Q What makes you think you’re psychic?
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