Tweeting Derek Acorah Sees Mass Death In Ireland And Tsunamis In Bournemouth
DEREK Acorah, the shiny-suited TV spiritualist, has had some notable triumphs. Thanks to him, Lisa Manning’s family know that the poltergeist moving about a pink chair at their home in Lilley Close, Holbrooks, Coventry, is called Jim.
We know that Cheryl Cole and Ashley will have a baby in 2011.
He told us that Michael Jackson is communicating.
He told us that the wags at the World Cup might end up in jail.
He, allegedly, channelled a fictional character in Bodmin jail.
In this week’s OK!, Derek tells readers of “massive cataclysmic changes next year… Look at the tsunamis and the volcanoes. Many, many people’s lives will be taken, all in one go…. It will between spring and summer and it will hit around Ireland , and then spread to Central America …The weather will go haywire. It will be like going back to the Ice Age. The South Coast will be hit, but not as far as London.”
He later adds:
“My wife Gwen says she lives with two men, me and Sam [his African spirit guide].”
Acorah’s act may be summed up in the banner OK! spots hung across his stage at Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre (£17.50 a ticket):
“To the believer, no proof is necessary. To the non-believer, no proof is possible.”
In light of this, Christina spots a tweet Derek issues last night, and then deleted:
Such is the foresight.