Across both generations and cultures human beings worldwide have always been drawn to the mystique of the paranormal. Around the globe, millions of people still continue practices of shamanism, superstition and ritual associated with that great, haunting unknown just beyond our visceral grasp. But even here in the slick surfaces of Modern Life, we with our smartphones and lattes are really not so different from a rain forest witch doctor at heart. The arts of connecting with the dead and psychically linking with the mind of another are practices that still continue and still draw legions of fans, believers and followers. Modern-day medium, and star of two hit shows, Chip Coffey, brings this age-old practice to the stage tomorrow night, Thursday, May 24th, at The Seelbach Hotel.
An internationally recognized medium, Chip Coffey is the psychic host of two hit shows produced by A&E, Paranormal State and Psychic Kids. Claiming the ability to communicate with spirits since childhood, Coffey now takes his skills on tour, engaging audience members in spontaneous readings, conducting paranormal investigations and sharing anecdotes from his unusual past. The stage show, Coffey Talk with Chip Coffey, comes to Louisville tomorrow night, hosted in the historic – and supposedly haunted – quarters of The Seelbach Hotel.
For the cost of admission, ticket-holders with receive a copy of Chip Coffey’s intriguing memoir, Growing Up Psychic, participate in a live reading and have the opportunity to explore The Seelbach’s ghostly mysteries in a guided spiritual journey with Coffey. Coffey will also be on hand between sessions to sign his book – copies provided by Carmichael’s Bookstore – and take photos with fans. Ticket prices range from $59 general admission to $179 super VIP, with seats still available for the modern-day spiritual seeker. Bring an open mind and get ready to take a trip into the time-honored mysteries of the unknown.
Image: Courtesy of Chip Coffey’s website www.chipcoffey.com
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