Skip to comments.Celeb Psychic Sally Morgan Embarrassed After 'Contacting' Spirit of Woman Sitting ALIVE in Audience
Posted on 05/26/2014 2:18:45 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Mystic to the stars Sally Morgan was left embarrassed by the stage blunder which had the audience in stitches, according to blogger Myles Power
With her astonishing psychic powers, Sally Morgan really should have seen this coming
But the mystic to the stars was left embarrassed when a woman in a photograph she was passing messages from the spirit world about turned out to be sitting in front of her alive.
The stage blunder had the audience in stitches, according to blogger Myles Power.
He said: People can submit photographs of dead loved ones, in the hope Sally gives a psychic reading.
"Sally pulled out a photo of a woman. She began communicating from beyond the grave with a man holding a baby .
She got in contact with the woman in the photo.
"When she got no response from the audience, she asked whoever submitted it to stand up.
"It turned out the woman got the concept of submitting a picture of someone to talk to wrong, and submitted one of herself.
"The hall erupted in laughter. She was unable to get the audience back.
Flustered Sally, 62, swiftly moved on after the incident at Middlesbrough.
Her agent Hayley Appleby claimed others gave a different version of events and were upset by the blog.
She said: Its someones opinion.''
The dead know nothing of this world.
Isn’t it the other way around?
Bull - the woman either was alive and sitting in the audience or she wasn't. That's a question of fact, not opinion.
We have one in the Honky Hut...
Wanna Get Away?
James Randi, though an atheist, gave a scathing and humorous TED talk on psychics and other scams. He alluded to Sylvia Brown, one of his targets of ridicule, dismissing him as “godless”. Worth watching.
>> “The dead know nothing of this world.” <<
Or anything else for that matter, but try to tell that to a catholic, they rather pray to some dead corpse than to our living Father in heaven.
One time on a long drive on a lonesome highway at night in Nevada, I was bored and listening to a talk radio show that happened to have a psychic on taking calls.
A woman called in and was upset about what she feared were ghosts in her house. She didn’t use those exact words but spoke instead of noises coming from “the foundations” — and she clearly meant her house foundations.
The “psychic” got it completely wrong and started long-distance-diagnosing the caller’s PSYCHIC foundations and went on a long ramble that the host himself had to interrupt with a politely embarrassed-for-her sake explanation: “No, I think the caller is talking about her house foundations...”
It was a long time ago (though I still remember LMAO) and I don’t remember what the “psychic” said but if there ever was a Gilda Radner Nevermind moment that was it.
Are Catholics redundant?
I’ve always wanted to go to one of those charlatans and do something like that on purpose!
Don’t worry the dead woman was a Democrat Voter.
agree, what is that?? why won’t catholics read the Bible and realize that a) the veil’s been torn and they can go directly to God through Jesus Christ and b) the dead are dead. There is no contact with them.
Psychics who sell their services prove, by that try act, that they aren’t psychic. After al, if they were they’d have gotten rich on the stock market or in Vegas, and not have to sell their services.
Then why pray to Jesus if the dead are dead?
On a dark desert highway,
cool wind in my hair.
Warm smell of colitis
rising up through the air.
“There is no contact with them”
I wouldn’t quite say that
I’m trying to be nice. Get Lost
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