Psychic medium ready to surprise in Bargo

SET TO THRILL: Psychic medium Kerrie Erwin encourages people to keep an open mind ahead of her show at the Bargo Sports Club on Saturday night.

SET TO THRILL: Psychic medium Kerrie Erwin encourages people to keep an open mind ahead of her show at the Bargo Sports Club on Saturday night.

Are you spiritual or fascinated by the unknown?

Experienced psychic medium Kerrie Erwin will bring her show to Bargo this Saturday night.

Erwin has been a psychic for decades and has appeared on television programs such as Sunrise and Psychic TV.

Erwin told the Advertiser that her show aimed to entertain and connect people with loved ones who had passed away.

"I bring through loved ones from the spirit world to connect them with audience members. I try to connect as many people as I can at a show," she said.

"It's an educational and entertaining show. I try to keep things upbeat."

Erwin said first-time attendees often felt skeptical before going to her show.

"They never believe unless they see it themselves, like people seeing ghosts in houses," she said.

"They often get emotional when they connect with a loved one, but then they start healing and feel good.

"The proof is in the pudding."

Erwin said "explainable things" often occurred when she was performing.

"Paranormal things happen at my shows - lights flicker and chairs move," she said.

"But it's not scary."

Erwin grew up on the NSW south coast and said she always felt spiritual.

"I was the black sheep of my family," she said.

"I saw visiting spirits and knew things would happen in advance, or knew things that couldn't be explained.

"I joined a spiritual church in my younger days and someone told me that I was medium."

People never believe unless they see it themselves.

Psychic medium Kerrie Erwin

Erwin said she loved being able to inspire people at her shows.

"It lets people know there is a place where you can go after you die and an eternal connection is still there with loved ones," she said.

Kerrie Erwin will perform at the Bargo Sports Club this Saturday, March 30 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are $40 per person.

Erwin said it was the third time that she had brought her show to Bargo.

"I love the people of Bargo, they are very country and you get great crowds," she said.

"I invite everyone to come to my show - you will either love it or not."

Bookings: www.trybooking.com/BAFIP or 4684 1222.