CHAMBERSBURG - Expect the unexpected as acclaimed clairvoyant and psychic William Stillman visits the historic Capitol Theatre in downtown Chambersburg on the Sunday afternoon of Halloween Eve and "connects with the realm beyond" to offer predictions and intuitive insights, according to a press release announcing the events.
"Stillman will channel messages for audience members from those who have passed on," the announcement promises. If you are intrigued by popular TV shows like "Crossing Over" or "The Long Island Medium," you might enjoy this live event and psychic gallery.
"Stillman works through divine grace and will say a prayer with the audience members," the press release said. For the first hour, he will communicate the intuitive information he receives; after the intermission, the second hour is the audience's opportunity to ask questions.
Stillman believes that we all possess psychic gifts that can be developed and employed to be of service to others, the press release said. He has been consulted on missing person and unsolved homicide cases, and is an investigative resource for the Pennsylvania Paranormal Association.
He is the internationally known award-winning author of the "Autism and the God Connection" trilogy. His psychic books include "Conversations with Dogs" and the forthcoming "Under Spiritual Siege." He has been interviewed on numerous radio shows of a paranormal nature including "CharVision" and "Coast to Coast A.M." He teaches intuition workshops and has twice been a guest presenter for Lily Dale Assembly, the country’s oldest spiritualist community.
He has been the resident psychic at Harrisburg's Alta View Wellness Center.
His press release includes the following disclaimer: "The information he provides is subject to your own personal interpretation and does not constitute legal, psychological, medical, business or financial advice. Each attendee is responsible for his or her own choices and actions. Psychic readings are for entertainment purposes only."
Attendees to the Stillman program are advised that no one will be admitted once the gallery begins, so guests are asked to be seated 15 minutes before the event. Participants who wish to record anything should brings pens and paper; electronic recording is prohibited.
WHEN YOU GO:
Psychic William Stillman
3 p.m. Sunday, October 30
(doors open at 2 p.m., no one admitted after 2:45 p.m.)
Capitol Theatre Center, 159 S. Main St. Chambersburg
Tickets $27 (Add $1 per transaction for online purchases)
Call the box office Monday - Friday 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., 717-263-0202
Or visit www.thecapitoltheatre.org