Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Issue 134 –Chelsea Damali—Fake Bad Psychic Goin' Wild

By Kirby Robinson

Tonight’s show begins at 7 PM [PST] or 10 PM [EST].  The topic is: Adios, Ghosts! The Myth-Busting Continues…

Tonight: we'll discuss the Haunting in Connecticut case.

Now, for the news…

There's a bad, bad psychic named Chelsea Damali that's feeding off the public…and we haven't forgotten the Un-Murder Bordello.

The Klinge Brothers and/or Chip Coffey shouldn't think we've forgotten about the lies that they've kept brewing in Galena, Kansas. If Coffey was even remotely psychic, he should be hearing fingers hitting the keyboards – yes, plural -- on more than one computer. There is a forthcoming book in the works. And yes, it'll be damning to all those involved in this deception.

Want to guess who my co-author is on this one?

Meet Another Bad, Bad Psychic – Chelsea Damali

If you've caught my show your know I have little good to say about them. I know their games, I can talk their lingo, and I can play the role better than most. Why? Because I used to be one of them.

I have even less tolerance for psychics who take advantage of the public. Meet Chelsea Damali – a fake psychic who feels comfortable ripping people off. Here's her Facebook page:
Take a quick look if you want, but I don't recommend hanging out there. Apparently, Ms. Damali has a bad habit of taking your money and giving you no reading. If you're lucky enough to get your money back, you MIGHT get it on back in increments. Or there might be no refund at all.

But if you dig just a little you might find a change in her last name to Faust. Why the name change? Other than a marriage to Mr. Faust, why such a name? As you probably know, Faust is a fictional character who made a pact with the devil. Or is there some kind of splotchy past that Chelsea might want to keep hidden?

She also runs a blog where she makes many claims:

There, she refers to herself as an author. Having a blog doesn't make you an author. You're a blogger. There's a big difference between the two.

A Life Coach? Anyone can be one. Just buy the degree or go to one of those online schools--no tests taken, write a few papers. You better be living a successful life prior to telling others how to live theirs.

Clairvoyant? Prove it. Being a paranormal team's go-to psychic on a bad fake para-reality show doesn't make you one.

TV Psychic. This can easily be disproven. Chelsea lists an upcoming 16-city Shadows and Visions Tour. There's no proof that such a tour is real. A web search leads us back to only one site and that’s hers. The tour supposedly begins on October 11, yet nowhere do we see a link to buy tickets or such an event.

If you happen to be in Bountiful, Utah you could drop in for a reading:

But I wouldn't advise it.

Finally, we discover a Las Vegas connection here:

Come back next week as we keep digging …

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