Media Puts ISPR's Derek Acorah To The Test - Again
you didn't already know, ISPR's Derek Acorah, based in England,
shares his knowledge and expertise throughout the United Kingdom
each week on several television series and radio broadcasts.
can watch Derek weekly throughout Europe, United Kingdom,
Australia and parts of the U.S. on "Psychic LiveTime" and
a journalist wanted to see Derek Acorah in action, up
close and personal. Again, Derek wowed the media (tv cameras
followed as well).
permission of the journalist, Tom Slemen, enjoy the following
article that was recently released:
Man Witnesses Ghostly Goings-on First-Hand:
PSYCHIC UNMASKS POLTERGEIST
rarely use psychics or mediums during my investigations into
haunts and paranormal phenomena, frankloy, because I have never
been impressed with people who profess to be in communication
with the dead but can never produce a surname, just a "John"
"Mary". Many mediums I have encountered over the years have
used little more than blatant hypnotic suggestion on gukllible people
genuinely seeking knowledge about loved ones who have passed
"over to the other side". However, last week I decided to
psychic named Derek Acorah a try. He was literally a random choice
and when I asked if I could put him to the test by taking him to
several well-researched haunted dwellings with a view to contacting
a supernatural entity, Derek was very enthusiastic about the
proposal. I knew he was a busy man who is regularly consulted by
showbiz celebrities so I was therefore surprised to find Derek a
typical down-to-earth Scouser who hadn't forgotten his tough
Scotland Road upbringing.
rendezvous was 44 Penny Lane, the abode of a particularly
durable poltergeist. I had made prior arrangements with manager
Ronnie Kingsley to open the shop on Sunday, and as soon as Derek
arrived on the premises he zeroed straight in on the small
backroom of what had been an epicentre of terrifying poltergeist
activity since 1930.
room is now used as the shop staffroom. What followed next
was both sensational and unexpected. Derek gave me the name of
a man who committed suicide at number 44 way back in the 1940's.
The living descendants of the unfortunate man have asked me to
refrain from giving his surname so I have to comply with their
wishes, but Derek not only revealed the man's name to me, he also
told me the exact tragic circumstances of the man's suicide.
Derek was standing in the room a misty-looking form appeared
in front of me and a witness, and almost solidified into what
appeared to be a contorted, distressed face. Derek calmly told me
this was a manifestation of the suicide which had taken the man's
life and the medium then claimed that his spirit guide "Sam"
present, overseeing things. Seconds later the eerie looking face
dissolved like a vapour and Derek seemed very pale and drained.
When he had recovered back in the shop, he told me there were
more earthbound entities present from different time periods. He
aklso warned me that the embittered suicide entity would become
hostile because it had been disturbed and identified. Less than 10
minutes after Derek had left the room to visit another haunted site
with me, there was a loud nerve-shattering clatter in the staffroom,
and when the manager nervously went to investigate he found a
box of paper had scattered its contents under the table. Derek has
therefore arranged for a candle ritual to be held at the shop in the
coming weeks to move the disgruntled ghost and its ectoplasmic
companions "into the light"
unearthly talents were later put to the test once more in
Rodney Street where we scaled the 18 foot wall of a cemetery to
take a look at the pyramidal tomb of James MacKenzie, a Victorian
whose spinechilling shade has been seen by dozens of witnesses
over the years. The psychic impressions Derek received in the
proximity of this tombe were not only uncannily accurate, they also
answered many seemingly unsolvable puzzles that had confounded
me for years. These shocking and mysterious revelations will be the
subject of a future article."