Netflix’s latest international acquisition is Freud, its first Austrian series, about Sigmund Freud solving crimes with a psychic. This is both ridiculous and, considering the state of prestige suspense television, absolutely unsurprising.
SZA recently spoke to GQ about her controversial Grammy loss and in between explaining that she was “mad as hell” about it and moving forward, she drops this one interesting quote about her “inklings.”
The Department of Justice told CNN they’ve finally shut down a long, well-known, and very colorful mail scam, featuring a self-proclaimed French psychic named Maria Duval. Over two decades, the scam is said to have netted $200 million. But just who’s raking in that cash remains somewhat murky: Duval’s son said she…
A Steamboat Springs, Colorado woman has been charged with felony theft and “unauthorized use of a financial device” for allegedly embezzling more than $23,000 from her employer. Jamie Hart, who worked for an excavation company, is accused of spending $10,000 of the money on calls to psychic hotlines. Many, many calls…
A psychic from Manchester, UK is sternly warning parents to keep their impressionable adolescents away from Ouija boards, calling them "very dangerous" and claiming they can lead to "mental health issues and depression."
One year ago, in October 2011, I wrote a post titled "Is The Long Island Medium For Real?" I wondered whether or not Theresa Caputo, star of the TLC show, was using the technique known as cold reading. We all know that reality TV is not really real — conversations are edited out, producers arrange set-ups, the very…
British TV regulators are ruining psychic readings by decreeing that TV psychics may no longer actually predict anything. And there are separate rules about crystal balls.
Be careful what you wear when you go for a psychic reading! Your fate — or at least the psychic's perception — may depend on it.
• Giving girls stashes of the morning-after pill does nothing to prevent teen pregnancy, says study. Many women don't take the pill, even if they could use it, which leads us to the most obvious statement put in print today:
"She's this sort of mythic goddess, Auntie Mame with second sight and Manolo Blahniks." Again with the Blahniks! The NY Times ushers in a new trend?