In a desire to receive a personal message from their dead loved ones, almost 50 people gathered around the dim parlor of "The Old Spaghetti Factory" for a conducted seance by the Livermore-based psychic adviser Irma Slage.
According to Mercurynews.com, Irma Slage led the seance on a Sunday afternoon which was arranged by the San Jose-based "Bay Area Ghost Hunters" group. Majority of the people present at the event are members of the Ghost Hunters group which has declared a mission of "creating a networking group for the free flow of paranormal information both in person and on the Internet."
For more than 30 years now, Irma Slage has been committed to her responsibility on psychic work. She revealed that she was very young when she started seeing dead people and even communicated with them without the knowledge of what they really are. "Imagine my surprise when I was in my 20s and someone I knew died and I could see them in my home before I found out. When I realized she had died before I saw her, I realized I had a lot to think about," Slage shared.
Before the seance began, Irma Slage talked about the grounds and the entire building of "The Old Spaghetti Factory." The location may not have paranormal reputation like the "Winchester Mystery House" but it is believed that it also has the same status.
Meanwhile, interesting stuff started to happen when Irma Slage finally opened the floor to the crowd for their personal inquiries. A woman named Laura Johnson from San Mateo asked what happened to his boyfriend who tragically died four years ago. "Who was he with and what happened to him?" Johnson asked to which Irma Slage replied: "He wanted you to know that justice would be served."
Afterwards, Laura Johnson revealed that a suspect with her boyfriend's death, who was a night manager at a San Mateo restaurant, has been beaten to death back in 2008. Even though her boyfriend's death still remains unanswered, Johnson admitted she has strong belief when it comes to contacting the afterlife and what Slage told her definitely made her feel satisfied.
"Most of the stuff people want to ask is very personal, involving someone deceased. But Irma tries not to get very personal. She doesn't want everyone in the room to know things," Irma's husband, Ted, shared. Psychic people like Irma Slage and other ghost hunters could feel fulfillment as they dedicate themselves in helping people with certain paranormal issues as well as becoming a medium to the troubled spirits with unfinished business.
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