VIP with your RIP: ‘Brunched by an Angel’ lets you grab a bite with a dead relative

By Charlie Sawyer

Published Oct 25, 2022 at 02:59 PM

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If you’ve ever wanted to sit down and enjoy one last meal with a deceased loved one, you might be in luck. A new experience has officially launched in Las Vegas, US where guests will be offered the opportunity to sip mimosas, sample some french fries, and receive a consultation from one of the event’s three trained mediums—all poised to reach out and contact a dead family member.

According to UNILAD, ‘Brunched by an Angel’ is set to launch on 12 November 2022 and will continue for a period of two days, including two daytime shows—one at brunch and one in the afternoon—supposedly to aid families to gather their thoughts and order a selection of cocktails from the bar to calm their nerves.

Hosted in the Palms Casino Resort, Brunched by an Angel’s website teases that the spirited meal will be spearheaded by “three of the world’s most gifted psychic mediums: Reginald Lewis, Loriann Mans, and Christopher Allan.” All three mediums are allegedly gifted in connecting diners to their loved one—alongside providing music, food, and a fun time…

One of the angels due to make an appearance at the event, Lewis, took to Instagram to share his excitement with his followers, writing: “I look forward to sharing evidential spirit messages on stage and changing many lives along with my amazing psychic medium friends.”

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For those guests who are super keen for an intimate reading, VIP tables can be reserved for up to eight people. With this high-ranking ticket, families are ensured to receive top notch treatment and a chance to address unresolved conflict or say their final goodbyes.

The website concludes: “No other psychic medium show gives the audience better odds at getting read, but isn’t that what Vegas is all about, the best odds?”

For a chance at this out of this world—pun intended—experience, tickets start at $75. So, will you jump at the opportunity to dine with the departed? Or will you be sticking to the ouija board?

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