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Psychics visit Tweed to spirit read

Psychic mediums Ezio and Michelle De Angelis will be at Seagulls on October 19.
Psychic mediums Ezio and Michelle De Angelis will be at Seagulls on October 19.

CELEBRITY psychic mediums Ezio and Michelle De Angelis promise to tingle your inner curiosity when they visit Seagulls next month.

The husband and wife psychic team are excited to make their way to the Tweed and to read the spirits each visitor brings.

"We expect each audience member to bring two of three spirits with them and this results in a show full of adrenaline and joyous intensity as everyone transfers feelings, information and personality," said Mrs De Angelis.

But it is not all fun and games for the duo with critics often coming along to have a sticky beak.

"We expect a mix of believers and non-believers," she said.

"Some will come up and tell us they're so shocked when it's over."

When it comes to finding things out Mrs De Angelis said people were often most interested to find out about their relationships.

"More people want to know anything and Ezio is purely a medium so they often come up and say just tell me something about me," she said.

"But a lot of people ask about relationship issues."

The experience, according to Mrs De Angelis, is comparable to well-known psychic John Edwards' shows and nothing like what we see on the TV smash-hit Ghost Whisperer.

"It's not scary at all," she said.

"No plates will go flying across the room."

Mrs De Angelis is a medium who also dabbles in tarot cards to find more answers for the visitors.

The couple have also recently released a book called 'Postcards from the Other Side-True Stories of the Afterlife' which shares stories of real people who have lived and died and come back to tell their stories.

To experience the psychic abilities of the famed couple be sure to head to Seagulls on October 19.

Doors open at 7 and tickets are $35.

For bookings please call 07 5587 9070 or visit seagullsclub.com.au.

Topics:  psychics seagulls spirituality



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