Princess of Wales not amused by Kingston claims!
A local news outlet - of dubious repute - has reported that Princess Diana contacted a psychic from beyond the grave proclaiming that her death was a well-planned accident.
Hollywood psychic Kenny Kingston alleges that he contacted the Duchess of Windsor, a former client when she was alive, during a séance at his Los Angeles home last week.
Kingston bases his ability to "contact" Lady Di on the grounds that the Duchess once introduced him to Princess Diana.
Kenny Kingston, self-proclaimed psychic to the stars, has exploited Marilyn Monroe's death in the past - and now - appears to be attempting to do the same with the former Princess of Wales.
For example, in an interview with WENN News a few days ago, Mr. Kingston uttered up wild claims about a seance he conducted - in which he alleges - the spirit of Lady Di made her spiriitual presence known.
"The Duchess of Windsor originally greeted Diana on the other side because she felt a kinship to her, as both had been stripped of their royal titles. The Duchess looked immaculate in a white gown and she soon brought in Diana, looking radiant in a royal blue gown."
The shameful conduct persisted when he proceeded to offer up thoughts on the two young Princes.
"Diana told me she continues to watch over her 'boys,' as she still refers to them. She thinks Prince William will be the next monarch, with or without a wife and she is very proud of Prince Harry and the training he's received and feels there are great plans for him."
"Diana has come to the conclusion that the tragedy in the Alma Tunnel was no mistake," Kingston chirped without blinking-an-eye.
'It may have been an accident, but it was a well-planned one," the shady medium continued.
"This is contrary to what Diana's spirit had conveyed to me during a previous séance many years ago. It has taken her this period of time, she says, to gain her strength and to be able to see the truth."
Kingston swears that one of his eerie predictions - published in a British newspaper - put her on alert during her final weeks on the face of the earth.
"Diana told me that when she told her butler, Paul Burrell, that she feared for her safety and sensed a danger period around a car, she was referring to my aura reading, which I revealed in the Daily Star newspaper. The aura reading had warned her of a danger period from July to November around fast-moving cars, and Diana took it to heart."
A lot of good it did, right?
The truth of the matter is that Mr. Kingston is not an authentic psychic. In fact, he is a charlatan.
Years ago, I attended one of his sessions in Los Angeles, and found out first hand.
For example - at one point during the session - Mr. Kingston approached me in the audience and asked that I hand over a set of my keys.
At this juncture, he informed the audience in no uncertain terms, that I was in the real-estate business.
I have always been involved in the fine arts - and have never ventured into the arena he referred to as my line of employ - in any capacity.
Likewise, Mr. Kingston stumbled through conversations with other guests present, generally offering up predictions that were about ninety-percent "incorrect" for the most part.
In the final analysis, Mr. Kingston has all the psychic pereceptions of a cold dead fish, in my estimation.
The nerve of some classless demented folks out to make a buck!
Quack psychic a charlatan!