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Spiritual goings on in Wrexham.

TONY Stockwell says he knew from an early age he possessed an unusual gift - that of a psychic medium.

Now with a strong fan base thanks to his TV shows, he's on his sixth UK tour, which lands at William Aston Hall in Wrexham next week.

Dubbed an Evening of Psychic Mediumship, it will be another demonstration of Tony''s claimed abilities to connect people with those who have died Tony's TV shows include The Psychic Detective, Street Psychic, and Psychic School, as well as one off specials: Street Psychic San Francisco and The National ESP Challenge. And he's appeared on The Sixth Sense, Most Haunted Live and The Mystery of Body 115.

He was one of the original Three Mediums, with Colin Fry and Derek Acorah. The Three Mediums Live at the Hammersmith Apollo was part of Living TV's special Paranormal Weekend. Tony also writes for Spiritual Lifestyles and Lifted magazines, and has appeared in Marie Claire, TV Weekly, Satellite Magazine and London Metro.

He's now released three books, Spirited, Embracing Eternity and The Psychic Case Files, and is working on his fourth. He's also released best-selling spiritual CDs.

He co-founded the Avalon Project to encourage spiritual learning, development and understanding.

Born in London's East End, Tony believed from an early age he could speak to those who had died. When he was 16, a friend invited him to a local spiritualist church, and Tony realised this was what he wanted to do with his life.

. Tony Stockwell, Tuesday June 2, 7.30pm, William Aston Hall, Glyndwer University. Tickets pounds 17 from Wrexham Tourist Information Centre 01978 292015. More details
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
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Date:May 29, 2009
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