Stop The Crazy, Tori! Farrah Fawcett Did NOT Contact You From Beyond The Grave!

Thu, June 24, 2010 6:43pm EDT by 3 Comments

Is Tori really psychic, or is she just trying to promote her new book by saying the late Farrah Fawcett has been in contact?

Enough is ENOUGH, Tori Spelling. Your TMI-moments this week are too much! If your 90210 co-stars do hate you, as you revealed earlier this week, or by announcing that you think your hubby, Dean McDermott, is going to cheat on you, well, shouldn’t that be private? But this new report takes the cake – even if it DOES appear in your new book! Farrah Fawcett simply did NOT contact you from beyond the grave – and it sucks that you’d make something like that up!

John Edward, the world-renowned psychic, it was with him,” the 37-year-old reality star told Out magazine of an excerpt in her new book, “Unchartered TerriTORI”, adding, “I always have to preface it with that because it was with him. If it had been some psychic that I’d walked in off the street for five bucks it would have been different. But it came through him. It was pretty surreal. He offered to do a reading with me and I was hoping I would talk to my dad. I’d lost a best friend a long time ago and I was hoping he would come through. And then, all of a sudden, [he said] Farrah Fawcett’s coming through. And we were neighbors for years. She basically wanted me to give a message to [Fawcett's son] Redmond and to her family and she was doing these very specific call outs for things that they would understand. In the book, I don’t solve it. I can’t believe she came through to me — the most nonconfrontational person in the world.”

She added, “What am I supposed to do with this information? Since the book has been out, I’ve actually written a letter to [her partner and actor] Ryan O’Neal and explained to him in the letter everything that happened. I said, if none of this makes sense, please don’t think I’m crazy, this literally happened. I’m just passing on information but it was pretty bizarre at the time.”

Yeah, Tori, because Farrah would pick YOU to deliver her message from beyond the grave, being neighbors and all. Please quit while you’re ahead – there are better ways to self a book!

Laura Schreffler

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barb

Posted at 11:43 AM on June 25, 2010  

I don’t know if this is real or not but they do have a connection. Aaron Spelling produced Charlie’s Angels which made Farrah a star.

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em gee

Posted at 7:48 PM on June 24, 2010  

Do you realize that, in order for you to say that “THIS PSYCHIC ACTIVITY NEVER OCCURRED,” you have to be either:
a) God or an immortal of some kind;
b) Capable of astral travel or psychic domination (how else did you see the inner workings of another person’s mind?);
c) A close-minded skeptic who will be left behind by evolution in the near future;
d) The true ghost of Farah Fawcett herself, in which case, you’re doing a good job with a keyboard.
?
Before you question someone else’s beliefs, stop and question your own skepticism. It’s easier to tear down than it is to build up, you Zach de la Rocha in pink you.

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gbtw

Posted at 6:56 PM on June 24, 2010  

lol… tori is so funny. she’s not saying she was the vessel though, right? the psychic was the vessel giving her the message from farrah. clearly the guy knows how to keep his name out there! poor gullible tori… how can you not like this girl? lol…

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