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Sally Morgan challenged to prove her psychic

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Sceptics have invited Sally Morgan to demonstrate her ability to communicate with the dead in a specially designed test.

A celebrity psychic who claims to speak with the dead in sellout shows across the country has been challenged by sceptics to prove her supernatural powers.They have invited TV "star psychic" Sally Morgan to demonstrate her ability to connect with the spirit world in a specially designed test in Liverpool on Monday.

The Halloween challenge is backed by the US paranormal investigator James Randi, and qualifies as the first step towards claiming a million-dollar prize established by the James Randi Educational Foundation for any psychic who can prove their "gift" to be real.

Morgan, whose website offers psychic readings over premium rate phone lines, has written three books and is filming the third series of Psychic Sally on the Road for Sky LIVING.

Sceptic groups, led by the science writer Simon Singh, arranged the test after one of Morgan's shows in Dublin last month at which some members of the audience reported hearing someone at the back of the theatre apparently feeding her information on stage.

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She'll be proven to be a fake and fraud just as Sylvia Browne was.

Don't really see the challenge here.

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Is this because of a radio caller who said Sally was cheating?

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Why would she accept the challenge. She sells out. All she needs is believers and she already has that. She knows she's a cold reader....

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Why would she accept the challenge. She sells out. All she needs is believers and she already has that. She knows she's a cold reader....

:yes::tu::nw:

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if shes for real, she will accept cause shes got nothing to hide.

i think shes a fake though, from reading about the people hearing her cheating and having things read to her from another room.

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Obvious fake is obvious.

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Let me simplify this for everyone-- if a psychic is making money, he or she is a fake. It's one of the many reasons I don't charge for my readings.

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Uri Geller was so popular before James Randi exposed him as a fake. The same thing will happen to her.

Edited by MrSkeptical

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Kinda reminds me of the people who go onto the jeremy Kyle show to do a lie detector or DNA test knowing they are cheats!

Do people just enjoy public humiliation or do they think they can actually beat the tests?

In this case though the type of people who spend money on these sort of 'services' won't be detered by something as small as proof of fakery!

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She'll be proven to be a fake and fraud just as Sylvia Browne was.

Don't really see the challenge here.

Me neither, she makes paul the octopus look like the Oracle at Delphi.

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I was told by a minister a long time ago, that if a person had a gift, you should never charge for that gift. He believes that it would be a gift from God and as such, should be given in the way it was gotten, as a gift.

Also, if a person claims to have a gift and doesn't, that is a sin against God and that person shall have a terrible afterlife.

On occasions, I have heard, felt, and saw things and at times will know something that is about to happen or know something about someone that I shouldn't. It doesn't happen all the time and I cannot control it at all.

I do believe in God and know the penalty if I am lying about such a thing.

In the case of Sally, if she were a true psychic, she is going about it entirely the wrong way and if she is a fake, well, either way she is damned.

Edited by iamdee1

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Ok, any psychics in here who don't want to sell out, please pm me and show me the truth. I'm sick of all this glorification in the public media which can't be proven.

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Ok, any psychics in here who don't want to sell out, please pm me and show me the truth. I'm sick of all this glorification in the public media which can't be proven.

There's no such thing as psychic abilities-- only the natural intuition that we all have. That said, many people have still referred to me as "psychic" even though I'm not a fan of that term.

If you PM me with your first name, age, and gender I will be happy to give you a reading.

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Word of advice, whenever you see an overweight woman with short, fake dyed hair, you can be pretty sure she's a fake...

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Let me simplify this for everyone-- if a psychic is making money, he or she is a fake. It's one of the many reasons I don't charge for my readings.

I have a serious question about this, and not at all trying to sound rude.It is something I see all the time for different people.

Why bother putting the bold part in there?

As said, I have seen this with different twists, but they all have " But I do it for free " at the end?

What is the importance of claiming you are psychic?

I have my answers, but I am just curious to yours on this.

Just curious......

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Word of advice, whenever you see an overweight woman with short, fake dyed hair, you can be pretty sure she's a fake...

Wow, would that be profiling?? Maybe she can't lose weight and has gray hair and wants to look the best she can?

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I got a test for her, where did a friend of mine's Mother put the money she had in change purse. We searched everywhere. That is one question I sometimes think about at night.

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She looks like a fraud, her whole image is so silly- like a caricature of what she claims to be. She hardly seems to present herself as somebody genuine. And with that embarrassing incident recently I don't suppose she will prove anything different.

Edited by littleriot

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Oh of course she's a fake ,no one who claims to be able to speak to the dead in a crowded room full of lights ,noise ,cameras and goodness knows what is for real...imagine the mental "noise" you would have to filter through to hear just one "spirit" all the distractions you would have to block out ,then go into a trance (like trying to meditate in a busy shop) on demand..and do it every time without having a bad night or making mistakes..only one way to do that ...by faking it

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Wow, would that be profiling??

Totally, but I got a chuckle out of it. I hope he wasn't being totally serious. I'd add extremely long fake fingernails to that profiling. :lol:

And those who say if someone charges for readings, they are a fraud? Generally, this is a good indication. But who is to say they have a "gift" and are just a greedy person, looking to make money in the easiest way? Many of these people exist (opportunists, not necessarily psychics).

And simply because someone doesn't charge to do "readings" doesn't mean they are legitimate. There can be other reasons people fraud this way for free. Wanting to seem special, important, etc. Many people around that want to make people think they are outstanding.

Edited by Jerry Only

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She looks like a fraud, her whole image is so silly- like a caricature of what she claims to be. She hardly seems to present herself as somebody genuine. And with that embarrassing incident recently I don't suppose she will prove anything different.

You do realise the Guardian is using stock images? Sally Morgan has lost a lot of weight since then and looks so much healthier and more natural, but I guess if you're going to sit at a computer screen and believe what you're told by the MSM without doing your own research then that's the type of person you are.

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Totally, but I got a chuckle out of it. I hope he wasn't being totally serious. I'd add extremely long fake fingernails to that profiling. :lol:

And those who say if someone charges for readings, they are a fraud? Generally, this is a good indication. But who is to say they have a "gift" and are just a greedy person, looking to make money in the easiest way? Many of these people exist (opportunists, not necessarily psychics).

And simply because someone doesn't charge to do "readings" doesn't mean they are legitimate. There can be other reasons people fraud this way for free. Wanting to seem special, important, etc. Many people around that want to make people think they are outstanding.

The way I've been told, is that people who claim to be psychic aren't charging for their gift but charging for the time they're using up seeing as some readings (depending on the person) can last for over an hour, while some psychics have a base fee for certain amount of time.

So, they're not charging for what they're doing, but for how long they're doing it! ^^

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The way I've been told, is that people who claim to be psychic aren't charging for their gift but charging for the time they're using up seeing as some readings (depending on the person) can last for over an hour, while some psychics have a base fee for certain amount of time.

So, they're not charging for what they're doing, but for how long they're doing it! ^^

yea escorts charge for their time only,sex is just a by product.

thats just semantics,,it is what it is,and if i was a true psychic id be charging out the ass for my gift..

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You do realise the Guardian is using stock images? Sally Morgan has lost a lot of weight since then and looks so much healthier and more natural, but I guess if you're going to sit at a computer screen and believe what you're told by the MSM without doing your own research then that's the type of person you are.

Um...I didn't click the link to the Guardian.

I'm just saying from promotional and otherwise pictures I've saw of her, and her whole celebrity based persona as "psychic to the stars" and arena tours. She doesn't seem a very genuine person from that.

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