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She does regular psychic reading at several locations and psychic fairs in Ohio.
She also frequents psychic fairs, buys lucky heather from doorstep gypsies and makes a bizarre hand gesture, which involves touching her forehead, when a magpie crosses her path.
To understand what drives some people to truly believe the paranormal, two sociologists visited psychic fairs, spent nights in haunted houses, trekked with Bigfoot hunters, sat in on support groups for people who had been abducted by aliens, and conducted two nationwide surveys.
The four-day event will feature ghost walks, overnight ghost investigations, paranormal workshops, sances and psychic fairs.
A series of ghost hunts and psychic fairs in the style of television show Most Haunted will take place from Saturday.
Psychic fairs seem to be very popular: These are meetings in specially booked rooms in public houses or hotels lasting a short period of time, such as one evening, at which a small number of psychic practitioners are available for consultation.
He bought thousands of pounds worth of psychic merchandise to sell at psychic fairs - things like dowsing rods, tarot cards, runes, pendulums, candles and silver chalices.
The pair toured Scotland with their stage show and were regulars at psychic fairs around the country.
They are also on sale at psychic fairs and health exhibitions and are even stocked in some museum shops.
She does regular psychic reading at several locations in Ohio as well as psychic fairs in several states.
Salem in Massachusetts is famous for its Witch Trials of 1662 and during Hallowe'en the town hosts 'haunted happenings', a series of events from psychic fairs to extended opening hours at the town's haunted houses and museums.