Grosvenor Casino allows controversial ‘Psychic Night’
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Grosvenor Casino bosses in Plymouth seem to be taking a huge risk on Saturday, 25th January by allowing a local psychic, Nikki Kitt, to host a “Psychic Night” in their casino.
So far, there is no news available on the uptake of the promotional night, which commences at 8pm. The event is for over 18s only, and costs an investment of £5 a head.
Nikki Kitt describes herself as a “Spiritualist Medium”, whose aim is to “provide evidence of life after life by communicating with the spirit world and passing on information and messages from your loved ones which (sic) have passed.”
It is not known how willing Nikki will be to offer advice to excited punters at the casino as to which numbers are most likely to come up on the roulette wheel, or how many tens and face cards are in the shoe at the blackjack tables.
Judging by the diary on her web site – www.psychicmediumnikkikitt.co.uk – the Plymouth-based medium seems to be one of the most popular Plymouth-based mediums available. She sometimes hosts as many as four spiritualist events in a single calendar month, and in places as far-flung and exotic as Plymouth, St Austell, Plymouth, Exeter and Plymouth.
Grosvenor Casino bosses have yet to comment on their potentially dangerous dealings with mysterious forces.
Interestingly, there seems to be no evidence that any psychic has ever been banned from any casino anywhere in the world, despite their abilities to see into the future and talk to dead people, just like Haley Joel Osment did in ‘The Sixth Sense’.
Conversely, confirmed illusionists such as the UK’s Derren Brown and Dynamo are routinely and politely escorted out of casinos up and down the country whenever they pop in for a few quick hands of blackjack or a few spins of the roulette wheel.