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Popular psychic to appear at Huntingdon Hall

Worcester Editorial 4th Jun, 2013 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A POPULAR TV psychic will be delivering messages and demonstrating the powers of the afterlife at Huntingdon Hall on Saturday (June 8).

Tony Stockwell, star of Street Psychic, Psychic Private Eyes and Psychic Academy, will use his special gifts to give people an insight into the continued existence of loved ones from 7.30pm.

Audience members can bring photographs and objects of significance for Tony to work from.

For those who may not receive messages, or are attending simply because they are curious, the evening promises to be remarkably compelling, amazingly detailed and accurate, as well as humorous.

Tony hopes that through his work he will make others aware that there’s something more than just their current lives.

“Whether through mental or physical mediumship, on TV or through small groups, if you can bless one persons life to absolutely believe beyond doubt that their mum, their dad, their son, or their daughter is actually going to be there waiting for them and it gives them comfort, then that’s worth doing,” he added.

Growing up with his mediumistic abilities, seeing people others could not see and hearing his name being called became the norm from Tony’s childhood.

From then on he has tried to push the boundaries of his work wanting each message from the other side to be as perfect as possible to prove our spirits are eternal and able to communicate with us.

Tony said there is a difference between those who are sceptical and those who are open minded but sitting on the fence.

“The latter will have an enquiring mind and will often come along to a demonstration to see for themselves,” he added.

“For the hardened sceptic, no proof will ever be enough and they will always find a way to explain what they have witnessed.

“That’s fine with me as that’s their path in life, and this is mine, but I have the pleasure in knowing they will one day find out the truth about life after death.”

For more information or to book tickets call 01905 611427 or visit

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