Anna Nicole Smith And Other Celebs Contacted During Seances
What’s the best way to get in touch with the celeb for whose death you are about to stand trial for? Why … by séance, natch. One of the guests of honor at a séance to mark the three-year anniversary of Anna Nicole Smith’s death was Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, Anna’s psychiatrist and neighbor. Eroshevich is set to stand trial on drug conspiracy charges, along with Anna’s boyfriend Howard K. Stern and physician Sandeep Kapoor. Psychic Shayne Goldfarb led the séance in Los Angeles. But did Anna show up? Her long-time friend Patrik Simpson claims she did. The psychic reported that Anna came through loud and clear, happily reporting from the other side, “She’s with [her son] Daniel. She’s sad she had to leave her daughter, but she really had to be with Daniel.” OK … if they say so! [People]
After the jump, some more celebs who have been contacted through séances. Check out their messages from beyond the grave.
- On November 11, psychic Derek Acorah contacted the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, on a live, television séance. Good news! He is hanging out with Marilyn Monroe on the other side. [Idolator]
- Farrah Fawcett totally showed up when psychic James Van Praagh arranged a séance with her close friend Alana Stewart, former wife of Rod. Van Praagh reported Farrah standing right behind Alana looking really strong as if to say, “Come on! Let’s go!” She also acknowledged that Alana was wearing the bracelet Farrah gave her for her birthday a couple of years ago. Convenient. [Contact Music]
- In 2006, over 50,000 people paid $9.95 to see a live pay-per-view séance to contact the late Beatle John Lennon. “Peace … the message is peace,” said John’s ghost. Gee thanks, John’s ghost. Apparently he hasn’t changed much since leaving Earth. [Bad Psychics]
- The same people who brought us John Lennon’s séance also brought us the deceased Princess Diana in 2003 for a mere fee of $14.95. Apparently Diana wants the world to know that she is “having fun” in the afterlife and hanging with Mother Teresa. Sweet! [CNN]