It must be lonely out there in the spirit world.
A year after Farrah Fawcett died, her old neighbor Tori Spelling is promoting a new book and claiming to have talked to the seventies sex symbol's ghost. Not that the two have anything to do with each other.
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"It was pretty surreal," Spelling says. "We were neighbors for years. She basically wanted me to give a message to [Fawcett's son] Redmond and to her family and she was doing these very specific call-outs for things that they would understand."
Edward is so good at conversing with the dead that he did his part over the phone.
"He offered to do a reading with me and I was hoping I would talk to my dad. I'd lost a best friend a long time ago and I was hoping he would come through. And then, all of a sudden, [he said] Farrah Fawcett's coming through," Spelling says.
Now, cynics may wonder if all of this supernatural chatting has anything to do with Spelling's ongoing promotional blitz for "Uncharted TerriTORI." But Spelling said Edward, who regularly matches up guests and ghosts on his television show "Crossing Over," makes it legit.
"If it had been some psychic that I'd walked in off the street for five bucks it would have been different," she said. "But it came through John Edward. He's a medium, so he channels people. I've been to regular psychics that turn over cards, tarot cards, and sort of read your future, that type of thing. But, with him, literally people just come to him and say things that they want the person to hear."
Spelling took the information straight to Ryan O'Neal, who recently told the "Today" show he still feels Farrah's presence in the Hollywood home the shared.
"I've actually written a letter to [her partner and actor] Ryan O'Neal and explained to him in the letter everything that happened. I said, if none of this makes sense, please don't think I'm crazy, this literally happened. I'm just passing on information but it was pretty bizarre at the time."