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Psychic Readings Sister Susan (Lutherville-Timonium, MD)

Psychic Readings Sister Susan (Lutherville-Timonium, MD)
1701 York Rd.
Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland

Sister Susan
I had a "reading" done by Sister Susan last week in Timonium, Maryland. It was a typical "cold reading." It was silly, really. I was doing some research for a project I am working on at work. She asked me what I wanted to focus on; I made up some bogus info. And, she took the bait hook, line and sinker! She acted as if she could contact "the spirit" of my dad who is alive and well. She advised me to come back for another reading in 6 weeks to three months. Apparently, it takes that long for the recently deceased to communicate effectively with the living world! That was her reason for not getting any specific info from him now. Everything she said was very general and could apply to most of the general population......(continued)
Scamming by Sister Susan (Maryland)
I went to see Sister Susan about a month ago, because I was having difficulty dealing with the death of someone I truly loved. When I first saw her I gave her a cross and then she started the reading. She told me there were two spirits watching over me, a male and female and the female one was my grandmother and other was my friend who just recently died. How could she know this. I began to cry and couldn't pull myself together. We talked for a while and she said he had crossed over and he told her I needed to let go and move on with my life. I knew deep down inside I had to do this, but I told her (mistake right there) that I couldn't let go. In order to help me let go and move on with my life, I needed to work with crystals for healing and she needed to buy some candles. I gave her $300.00 for 2 crystals. I was desperate and would try anything to take the pain away. I saw her a week later and then she tells me my friend has not crossovered and he is purgatory and the only way I could help him was to purchase a tabernacle at a cost of $8000.00......(continued)