Local popular Spiritualist Medium Ricky Whitemore invites people to join him for an uplifting evening of mediumship at Torquay Museum at 7.30pm on Thursday 19th May.
“Mediumship for me is a form of healing, to know that loved ones are still around and are safe and well brings great comfort to those still here on Earth,” said Ricky. “Mediumship is so much more than just talking to ‘dead people’, it is another way of learning a spiritual life style and expanding our awareness so it can help with all aspects of life in a positive way. Spirituality teaches respect, compassion and humility, but just as importantly it helps me to cope with modern life and the hustle and bustle which it brings.”
Ricky was born in Devon and comes from a hereditary line of mediums going back three generations, and has seen visitors of the spirit realms since the age of three. In his forties he gave up his day job running a home for children with challenging behaviour to work full time as a medium and healer.
Tickets for Ricky Whitemore’s Mediumship Demonstration evening at 7.30pm on Thursday 19th May at Torquay Museum are £10 each and can be purchased from the Museum reception, or by calling 01803 293975. Ticket numbers are limited, so booking in advance is highly recommended.
Torquay Museum has seen much paranormal activity in recent years, particularly during evenings of paranormal investigation. These have ranged from photographs of ghosts on two separate occasions, fingerprints discovered on the inside of the Museum’s mummy case that hasn’t been opened for nine years, and a sighting of a woman in Victorian dress walking through a wall in the Museum’s library.