Chesterfield man calls police when psychic fails to lift curse

Chesterfield man calls police when psychic fails to lift curse

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WACO, TX - APRIL 10: WACO, TX - APRIL 10: Self-proclaimed psychic Zena Marrs (L) of Waco uses her crystal ball to look into the future of Margie Aleman 10 April 1993 at her roadside stand on a hilltop near the Branch Davidian cult compound in Texas. Marrs predicts David Koresh will come out in slightly less than a month. (Photo credit should read BOB DAEMMRICH/AFP/Getty Images)

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by Russell Kinsaul / News 4

KMOV

Posted on May 2, 2012 at 10:10 AM

Updated Thursday, May 3 at 12:55 PM

CHESTERFIELD, Missouri (KMOV) -- A Chesterfield man called police this week to report he was the victim of fraud.

The man told he police he sent thousands of dollars in payments and gifts over the last several years to a psychic with the Astrology Awareness Center in California. He said he sent the money to lift the curse of bad luck in his life.
 
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But the man told officers that the psychic failed to rid his life of bad luck as promised and he wanted police to investigate. 
 
Chesterfield police told the man that a psychic’s failure to lift a curse is not a crime and recommended he hire an attorney and take the company to court.

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