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GILLIGAN'S ISLAND Two on a Raft WPRI-TV By Lawrence J. Cohen, June Ferreira WJAR-TV And Fred Freeman the Massachusetts Medium September 26, 1964 TEASER FADE IN STOCK SHOT OF OCEAN/BEACH – CREDITS OVERLAYED Tranquil Waters Spa owner June Ferreira PAN UP TO: EXT – BEACH – MORNING – WIDE SHOT We see a weather beaten pleasure boat aground on the beach. FADE TO: CLOSE UP OF PLEASURE CRAFT WITH LARGE JAGGED HOLES IN THE HULL. CUT TO: CLOSE UP - SKIPPER The skipper is sitting up with a confused expression turtle boy on his face. CUT TO: EXTERNAL CABIN AREA OF BOAT He gets up and does a quick look around. There are several other people seen asleep in the stern as he jumps off the boat and onto the beach. affiliate WJAR CUT TO: EXT – BEACH – MORNING – MEDIUM SHOT June Mundy-Ferreira, who owned the spa As he is at the stern of the boat he raps on the foot of his first mate Gilligan who is still asleep.…

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You may have seen advertisements in the past for psychics. Heck, who wouldn't want to know the future? Just think of the money you could earn with the lottery or a day at the racetrack. While psychics have their true believers, skepticism still exists. Unfortunately, there are a lot of con artists out there,” said Shay Parker, founder of Best American Psychics, an online directory of seers who reportedly undergo testing and criminal background checks. “It’s actually quite disturbing.”
She said bogus psychics specialize in teasing information out of clients and then telling them what they want to hear, typically in the realms of love or money. “A good psychic will tell you to shut up,” Parker said. “If they start asking you a ton of questions, run.” She said a true psychic also will offer highly specific information without any prompting — the name of a deceased family member, say, or a detailed physical description.  “You might be asked if the name Phillip means anything to you,” P…