Coffey Talk With Chip Coffey 2013 - Saint Paul, MN
Monday, October 14, 2013 at 7:30 PM (CDT)
Saint Paul, MN
COFFEY TALK - with Internationally Acclaimed Psychic and Medium - CHIP COFFEY
“… An Amazing, Life-Altering Event and a Must-See for All!”
The star of A&E’s hit series, "PSYCHIC KIDS: CHILDREN OF THE PARANORMAL" and "PARANORMAL STATE" will take you on an emotional journey with his comedic wit and his ability to tug at your heartstrings during this spectacular event!
Chit Chat with Chip - Chip will interact with the audience as he shares stories about what it was like growing up psychic, reveals what he's been up to lately and chats about what's coming up next.
Chip will conduct both psychic and mediumship readings for randomly-selected members of the audience. Ends at approx 10:00PM *
Meet & Greet and special souvenir photo with Chip after the show. Ends at Approx 10:15PM
Spirit Communication / Paranormal Investigation - Chip will attempt to establish communication with any spirits present at the reportedly haunted locations where Coffey Talk events occur. Audience members are welcome to bring investigative tools, such as EMF detectors, audio recorders, etc. in order to participate in the investigation. (No noise-making devices please.) ** Ends at Approx 11:00PM
* Although not every attendee will receive a reading from Chip, thousands at previous events have found the gallery readings to be both "fulfilling" and "uplifting."
** Part 4 is a sit-down event held in the room where other parts of the event are conducted.
Photos, video recording and audio recording are not allowed during the show.
Coffey Talk events are suggested for ages 16 and older.
No alcoholic beverages allowed inside the room during Coffey Talk events.
Please be advised that psychic readings cannot predict, forecast, diagnose or provide information with absolute certainty.
No guarantees or assurances of any kind are given and Chip Coffey will not be held accountable for any interpretations or decisions made by recipients based on information provided during readings. For entertainment purposes only. For medical concerns, please consult with a physician. For legal matters, please contact an attorney or law enforcement.
Dates are subject to change pending last minute television tapings. Tickets will still be valid for any rescheduled appearances. All sales are final. There are no refunds available unless the date is cancelled.
The Legend of The Wabasha Street Caves:
There are a few locations within the caves that are thought by many to be haunted and where much of the paranormal activity takes place. One of which is in The back caves where it is speculated there are bodies buried there from a shoot out ithat occurred in the 1930's. Another area with recorded activity is the "fireplace room" near the the back of the bar.
In the 1970’s, when the caves operated as a disco, a young male employee was closing up for the night when he saw a man walking towards him. As this man came closer, the employee noticed he was wearing mob style clothing, similar to the 1920’s era. This young employee believed this to be a part of new theatrics for the club and didn't think twice about it-that is until the man walked right past him and through the wall.
Another tale has a young boy attending a wedding reception in the Wabasha Street Caves with his family. His mother asked him after the event if he had a good time. The boy said that he had fun playing with the “gangsters” that were there. The mother thought her son was speaking of the employees that dress up as gangsters for show, but the boy denied that was who he was talking about. When the photos from the reception were developed there was a thick, strange, unexplainable mist surrounding the boy. It is believed that this mist was the ghosts of gangsters from the 1930s.One of the pictures of the boy with the mist around him was donated to the Wabasha Street Caves and is shown on the tour.
A Wabasha Street Caves tour guide, Brett Williams tells his ghostly experience to a local college newspaper The Aquin. He says "During a rehearsal of the play that we put on for guests, we use a boom box to play the tommy gun fire in the first act. After that act, the boom box is just left on stage and never used again. This night, during the second act, the boom box, which was unplugged, turned itself on and played the tommy gun fire randomly. There were twenty people there to witness the act...it was very strange"
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