West Fargo, ND – A near and dear friend of your FM Observer is making a special trip to Fargo to do fortune tellings for our readers.
He simply goes by the name Precog because of his extraordinary abilities to pre-cogitate and pre-cognize future events and happenings.
Precog correctly predicted the bridge collapse in Minneapolis, the last dozen March Madness final four teams, the wild success of our FM Observer website, and that the Minnesota Vikings would never win a Super Bowl (until the year 2079).
Others have said that having a future-scope session with Precog is organically transformational and can actually awaken your inner consciousness like never before.
If you would like Precog to connect to your inner light, in order to feel your spiritual vibrations, and then explain what the game of life has in store for you, please sign up for our random drawing.
Each winning name selected will get a free session with Precog, which will immediately be followed by a hot-air balloon ride with Precog to any down-wind destination of your choice.
Fargo, ND – Reports have been flying in regarding spiritual activity occurring at 620 Main Avenue, the first location of the old Delendrecies department store in Fargo. The building, which was built in 1894 by Canadian entrepreneur O.J. DeLendrecies, was recently renovated into an apartment and retail space in historic downtown. This renovation appears to have angered some spirits, as there have been reports of paranormal activity by some of the building tenants:
“The wind howls at times. These ‘howls’ are almost certainly the screams of the deceased.”
“Sometimes when I enter the building late at night, I can hear the door close behind me. A spirit wanted in, but was too slow to enter.”
“When you stand by the elevator and listen, you can hear it moving. Which floor is the spirit trying to get to???”
“I take the stairs sometimes. When i’m descending the stairs I sometimes hear a door open and footsteps behind me, as if someone were following me. Then a door closes! You can’t tell me these aren’t ghosts.”
“If you put your ear to the wall, you can hear muffled voices and even showtunes playing. Sounds to me like the ghosts of past tenants still lurking.”
Do we have a haunted building on our hands? The Observer will let you be the judge. Come on over and see for yourself, if you dare.