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Angela Moore

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Biography:

Angela Fae Moore is a respected, reputable and spiritual psychic from western North Carolina. She's a frequent guest on that area's radio talk shows and has been featured in several regional newspapers. She often speaks publicly, entertaining and amazing her audiences.

She is featured frequently at Asheville's Barnes and Noble, and has offered pet readings for the Buncombe County Humane Society Doggie Carnival. Her show "Metaphysical Matters" is featured on the acclaimed public radio station WNCW in Spindale NC and is available for podcast also.

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Psychic Communications/ Open Lines

In the first half of the show, spiritual psychic Angela Moore, also known as the Hillbilly Psychic, talked about the process she uses to tap into the energies around her, including other dimensions. She revealed what she is seeing and feeling via communications from spirits... More »

Summer Psychic Special

Three psychics, Joe Jacobs, Maureen Hancock and Angela Moore, shared what they see ahead for the nation and the world over the next six months. First hour guest, environmental consultant Tim Ball offered commentary on 'Climategate' controversies. More »

Predictions Special: 2009

Our special New Year's Day show hosted by Ian Punnett featured seven guests prognosticating about 2009 More »

The Psychic World

George spoke with Angela Moore about her work as a psychic, as well as her experiences with the paranormal, ghosts and otherworldly beings. More »

Psychic Energies

Psychic Angela Moore debuted on the show, sharing her intuitive perceptions and offering tips for developing psychic skills. More »

Last Night

Marc McPherson discussed high strangeness associated with Canada's Nahanni National Park, including a region called "The Valley of Headless Men." Next, Arlen Schumer talked about Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone. Open Lines followed in the latter half.

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