Psychic cancels live show due to 'unforeseen circumstances'
A second night was cancelled for the same reasons
Psychic medium June Field's powers of clairvoyance failed her when planning a performance at Darwen Theatre in Lancashire, when she failed to predict the 'unforeseen circumstances' that would cause its cancellation.
'An Evening of Mediumship with International Medium June Field' was due to take place on 3 April, but has now been postponed until further notice.
The news doesn't serve as the best advert for the psychic, who claims to be able to contact the dead but clearly struggles with basic admin-based wizardry.
Another performance in Aberdeen on 9 April has also been cancelled, and for the same reasons.
This will surely throw her recent triumph at the International Battle of Psychics in Kiev, Ukraine into question, along with her role as resident psychic at The Sunday Post.
A number of testimonials stick up for Field on her website however, including a message of thanks from the aptly named Sandra Tosh.
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