Psychic eyes ‘other side’

Mar 9, 2004 2:16 AM

Psychic and author, Dayle Schear, will interact with live audience members in the David Brenner Theater at the Westin Casuarina, April 1-8.

This special "Crossing Over" presentation allows audience members to interact with Dayle’s gift as she connects with their past, present and future and crosses over with uncanny accuracy.

The evening is a personal, yet entertaining experience, relying primarily on audience participation. She focuses her unique abilities to "read" audience members, utilizing a talent for psychometry ”” the art of holding onto personal items.

Schear likes people to bring personal objects such as photos of loved ones, watches, or other jewelry that are closely associated with the person they want to find out about or themselves.

"The people who come to my show want to know if their lives are about to change or what path their career or business might be taking," Schear said. "There also might be some unfinished business or a message from a relative or loved one who has passed over. If I can inspire just one person, then it makes it all worth it."

She is credited with solving numerous cases including finding lost possessions, locating missing items, missing persons, and murders, by seeing into the past, present and the future.

Dayle has appeared as a special guest and correspondent on Hard Copy, Extra, Sally Jessy Rafael, Sightings, CBS Hour Magazine, The Late Show, and many more national TV and radio broadcasts. She has been involved in helping police investigate and solve some of the most high-profile crimes in recent history. She was extensively used during the O.J. Simpson trial predicting what the jury would be hearing and how the prosecution would direct the case.

Each show that Dayle Schear performs is different; her goal is to help as many people as possible.

Her writing credits include the well respected "Dare To Be Different," which is an autobiography; "The Psychic Within," which give true stories; "Believe," which is a spiritual fable; and "Tarot for the Beginners."

Dayle will sign her books after each show as well as capture people’s essence with a special aura camera unique to her presentation.

Tickets are $40 plus tax. Show times are 8 p.m. nightly, with 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. shows on Friday and Saturday. For more information call the Westin Casuarina 836-9775.