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Psychic Readings to Benefit St. Jude at Weekend Fundraiser

March 13, 2015 11:24 AM

If you've ever wanted to get a psychic reading, you can do it this Sunday at Barker's Island Inn for a good cause.

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Psychic medium Susan Anderson, of Minneapolis, stopped by the Eyewitness News studio ahead of the big event. She explained how she enjoys giving back to people through her gift.

"I believe that anybody that has a talent that works in life should donate their time...so I use my skills as a life coach to make other lives better," said Susan.

Tickets for her event, called Bridging Two Worlds, are $25 and benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. During the event, Susan will go through the audience and give readings.

"In the readings, we go through the whole audience randomly, it's personal like your personal life, business like your finances, or who's around you on the other side. So, basically we go through and I read and we work at bridging communication," Susan said. 

In the studio, Susan read Good Morning Northland anchor Maarja Anderson, and Maarja was quite amazed when Susan began talking about her grandmother.

Susan doesn't hold a crystal ball and doesn't need to touch the person she is reading, let alone see them. She is a guest on B105 every other Friday, taking calls from listeners.

B105 and KOOL 101.7 are putting on the event at Barker's Island Inn in Superior. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. with the fundraiser starting at 3:00 p.m.

The radio stations held their annual Radiothon last week for St. Jude and raised over $88,000, which is their best year ever.

For information on how to get tickets, click here.

For more information on Susan and what she does, click here.


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