Out of morbid curiosity to see how a psychic works a crowd I went to see a psychic called “Joe Power” last Friday night with friends. Colm gives a good account of what happened, although he forgot to mention the often used phrase, “Your mom says hi btw”.
Originally posted on Sunny Spells:
A few weeks ago, myself and some friends decided to go to the Joe Power show when he was in Cork. We were curious to know what went on at such events, so we purchased a cheapo voucher and headed along to his show in the Metropole Hotel last Friday night.
The audience was quite large: maybe as much as 200 people. It was a mixed bag of people, old, young, men and women. Certainly more women than men with more older people in attendance.
Joe started late. One of his first questions to the audience was whether any of them had been to a psychic show before. Very few people in the audience had been to one.
Joe got stuck in straight away, happening on one of the most serious of subjects imaginable: suicide. The manner and some circumstances to do with the death were discussed with family members. A troubling line of questioning, to…
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