Yes. Four. It conflicts me. Two were laughable and two were very accurate with a few things. I WANT to say it is a well learned parlour trick BUT my religious upbringing keeps knocking at my door and saying, "it's a sin to commune with the spirits!" . . . which is a paradox as we were brought up not to believe in them anyway. However, if somebody brought out a Ouija board I would be off like a scalded rabbit. Bryony's right - only a fake would want to be recompensed. Somebody I know has booked in to see a guy that has an 18 month waiting list and charges $175. Bah humbug, sez I.
Yes, I have, a few times. I have been surprised and disappointed, so it depends on the person. My friend is a psychic medium, and she always tells me that you must get a good one with a good reputation. I tend to go to ones I see at markets, so you get what you pay for. I went to one at a market in Noosa and she was astoundingly accurate. My friend is very good. I do ask her for help if I have a personal problem, and she gives me spiritual guidance. That's very reassuring. I have had my fair share of charlatons as well. You get the good with the bad in everything.
I've had two accurate readings done with two different women and both were so accurate, even though it took me quite a while to work out what the first one was trying to tell me. She kept bringing up a woman with black hair who meant nothing to me. She also told me of a shoulder problem the guy I was seeing at the time had. Little did I know until some months later that the woman she described to me happened to be the wife of the guy I was seeing who neglected to tell me he was married so bye bye when I found out I'd wasted nearly 12 months of my life. He couldn't understand why I ended it as soon as I found out. Duh!