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The 3 Best Psychics Ever

Updated on November 28, 2010

Watch Colin Fry Give A Reading

I’ve always been fascinated with psychics for as long as I can remember. Obviously, some people think it’s all rubbish – if that’s you, you’re welcome to your opinion. This is for people like me, who know what’s out there.

I’ve had tons and tons of readings done over the years. Sometimes for amusement, sometimes not. The following 3 are the only real physics I’ve ever encountered. 2 of them I’ve had readings from, 1 I’ve watched on television for the last 2 years and am just floored by. Take note: Sylvia Browne, John Edward and other creepy meanies are not making this list.

  • Colin Fry

Colin has a show on British television called 6ixth Sense. He makes John Edward look like a total amateur. Colin is a medium who actually names names – constantly. And accurately. He names wedding songs people danced to 60 years ago, he names deceased pets, he tells what kind of specific pain people had before they passed. He tells how they died. He tells it all. He’s really amazing. I love me some Colin and I wish I could see him in person. Really. I cry nearly every time I watch his show. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have a setup where you can just call him and get a reading. He does host seminars, however, so if you have the chance to be in his gallery – do it! His website is

  • Ellie Crystal

I’ve had 2 readings with Ellie, and they were about 9 years apart. The first I had when I was 21, the second I had just before I turned 30. At the time of my first reading, I was primarily interested in learning more about my “guides”. My older sister was fanatical about Ellie, so I had a phone reading with her. She was very accurate and I remember being impressed. The second reading I had was equally impressive – she was just amazing that time, really. I had chills. Ellie has a mammoth internet site these, with lots of pages and free information. If you’d like to contact her, the website is I believe her readings cost $100 for an hour, which is a fairly standard rate. She doesn’t record the calls, so you’ll need to take notes – if you don’t, you stand a good chance of forgetting most of it!

  • D.D. Tanner

D.D. is someone I know personally. She’s from Philadelphia and moved over here to Europe a year or so ago. She used to be an English teacher, but her readings became so high in demand that she actually didn’t have time to teach English anymore. She does readings in person and by email. Both readings are done with tarot cards. The initial reading involves D.D. telling you what she sees. This can vary in time, from 45 minutes to 1.5 hours. (She charges per reading, not per minute.) When she’s given you all the information she’s able to see on her own, you can then ask questions and she’ll look again, and pull out even more info. When done by email, she does the reading, takes notes and then emails immediately after finishing, to ensure nothing is forgotten. Both email and in-person readings cost 50 dollars and are payable via paypal. Her readings usually last about 1.5 hours. D.D. doesn’t have a website, but she can be emailed at DragonsPath (at)


So there you have it, my top 3 list of psychics. Personally I prefer the email readings, because you have a hardcopy of it forever. You can always look back and remember or reflect. If you have PERSONAL experience with anyone you’d like to add to this list, please feel free to do so in the comments and don’t forgot to mention how they can be contacted.

Note: I will remove any recommendations of Sylvia Browne or John Edward, cos they are both totally bunk.

xx Isabella


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