Celebrity psychic Sally Morgan is performing in Tweed on July 13.
Celebrity psychic Sally Morgan is performing in Tweed on July 13. Mal Case-Green

An ordinary woman with an extraordinary gift in Tweed

ALTHOUGH celebrity psychic Sally Morgan has visited our great southern land 14 times previously, she's never been here to work.

The author of three best-selling books and the star of her own TV show said bringing the psychic tour to Australia made her nervous.

"I usually come there to sit on beaches and enjoy your sunshine," she said laughing.

"To be honest I'm quite nervous about coming to work there."

Mrs Morgan claims she is an ordinary woman with a very extraordinary gift.

Throughout her career she's given readings to George Michael, Katie Price, Natalie Imbruglia, and most notably the late Princess Diana.

He self-proclaimed workaholic said she was very much looking forward to doing readings for the Australian public.

"Every town has a different audience and it's incredible to be talk to people about what I'm doing," she said.

"My job isn't to prove spirit is there."

Throughout her career she's experienced a lot of different information from many spirits and as time goes on, she's started to think about the things she told people.

"As I've gotten older I've become to struggle with some of the things I see," she said.

"Not saying I didn't have empathy but perhaps when I was younger I could say things that could be quite flippant."

Despite discovering suicides and murder often she said did not believe she was desensitised.

"And I thank god for that," she said.

"People connect to me and I will cry with them when they cry, I will laugh with them when they laugh."

The well-known psychic said she somewhat transformed into the spirit and felt exactly how they felt.

She will host a show at Twin Towns Services Club on July 13.

To book call 1800 014 014.



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