I wish I were talking about getting on their hands and knees and scrubbing toilets…
I just came across the most ridiculous article over at the Adelaide now that reports that locals have regularly been hiring
scam artists psychics to clean their newly purchased homes, not to mention that sellers are using it as a tool to help sell their product.
Adelaide psychics say home-owners are using their services to help sell their homes and demand for house cleansings from new home buyers is also on the rise, states the paper.
South Australian Psychic of the Year 2013 Barry Gray said home buyers often enlisted his help after moving in and finding that “something doesn’t feel right” (what doesn’t feel right is wasting hard-earned money on this crap).
“It’s often children, the younger members of the family, who might say ‘I saw a woman in my room’ just after their family has moved into a house,” he said.
“Other times, it’s people saying they feel like they are being watched or a room feels cold or just not right.”
The question is, are these psychics taking advantage of locals, or giving them peace of mind? I go with the former. Entire story here.
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