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  • FrankC

    I thought this was a BDN article.. Oh well

  • Anonymous

    I’d like for her to tell me the winning Megabux numbers.
    Since she is so “psychic”.
    Or at least tell me her fone number.
    Kinda cute.

    I do like Redheads.

  • Anonymous

    Why’s she look like she’s cold, you’d think if she was psychic she would of known the weather and dressed appropriately.

    • StillRelaxin

      LOL! Judging from the photo, if she has any psychic abilities at all I’d say that the photographer is about to do something really horrible to her! Run Vicki , RUN!

    • Guest

      Psychic aka Whacko

      • Otis Guelpe

        Do you mean “wacko”?

  • Anonymous

    Take a few observations anyone might make after living for a few decades, check out a few predictions in various newsletters at this time of year, listen to the punditry – put ’em together and voila! You too, can be a psychic medium and amaze the great unwashed!
    Thank you for your insights, Vicki. May you continue to draw upon your spirits, and in you presentations may you attract large paying audiences from among those who may well have drawn upon the power of spirits of a different kind.

    • Anonymous

      She has all the credibility of a TV Evangelist.

      • Anonymous

        You give her way too much credit.

  • So why hasn’t she gone and collected her million dollars if she is truly psychic?

    http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html

    The Foundation is committed to providing reliable information about paranormal claims. It both supports and conducts original research into such claims.

    At JREF, we offer a one-million-dollar prize to anyone who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event. The JREF does not involve itself in the testing procedure, other than helping to design the protocol and approving the conditions under which a test will take place. All tests are designed with the participation and approval of the applicant. In most cases, the applicant will be asked to perform a relatively simple preliminary test of the claim, which if successful, will be followed by the formal test. Preliminary tests are usually conducted by associates of the JREF at the site where the applicant lives. Upon success in the preliminary testing process, the “applicant” becomes a “claimant.”

    To date, no one has passed the preliminary tests.

    • Anonymous

      Anyone can make up a test no one can pass, How about you go for two weeks without using all kinds of meaningless “studies” and their links, that only amount to the opinion of the author, Kevy

      • If you took the time to read what I posted you would have noticed this line.

        All tests are designed with the participation and approval of the applicant

        She is nothing but a fraud and she knows it.

        • Anonymous

          No I did not read all of your posts, I read the one I responded to. No one has proved that it’s impossible either. I can’t say either way, but I do get this image of you dark hair, glasses, long fingers, hunched over your key board ready with a link to some study,

          • Your image of me is way off and plenty of people have proved people such her are nothing but frauds over and over.

          • Anonymous

            I knew you’d say that, maybe the physcial description is wrong or changed over the years but I’m right about you and your links to studies, because you’ve been doing that for a long time.
            Some friends of mine were desperate for a child, tried for quite sometime with no luck. A bunch of us debated the psychic thing so we went in small groups to, two different pyschics. We decided to outsmart these people and this couple were to ask how many kids they’d have and not if they were. Both psychics said they’d have 3 kids and were pregant at the time. It was true. Now the 3 kids part could have been because of suggestion but how did they know the wife was pregant? She was only a few weeks pregant.

  • Anonymous

    Yup. The Bangor Daily News has become the Bangor Enquirer.

    • Guest

      You get married last night?

    • Anonymous

      If the article had been published on the front page of the first or second sections, you’d be right. But it’s in the Living section, a part of any newspaper that examines controversial subject matter and is usually partially opinion. I’d agree that the BDN is not the paper that it was in the 1960s or 70s, but in spite of the hard times that newspapers have suffered in the past 10 years, the BDN is still(my opinion) the best paper in Maine. The Sun Journal is much more ‘enquirerish'(read yellow) and touchy-feely and that paper was the origin of the article.

      • Anonymous

        It doesn’t matter where the article appears — it has no business being in a reputable newspaper. But for the record, the story IS on the front page of the paper’s website and, regardless of where the story came from, the Bangor Daily still chose to run it. The Bangor Daily’s news judgment has been steadily declining in the last year. It’s now at the point where just about anything makes it into print, no matter how short the reporting falls. (Anonymous sources for parking tickets? Puppet reporting from the Bangor Police Department on the censoring of Facebook posts, without any corroborating evidence or alternative viewpoints?)
        Journalism throughout the state has been on the decline for some time. But it’s really bad when frauds such as this “psychic” are given serious thrift. And trust me, the reporter of the story believes this stuff — I worked with her at the Maine Campus more than a decade ago.

        • Anonymous

          please stop reading the BDN! it is what it is, and your banal comments aren’t going to change it. sign up for the NYT and you’ll enjoy a much better paper.

  • Anonymous

    You’d think she could have predicted that Maine winters require gloves and a scarf to avoid shivering when outside.

  • SSBA Inc

    Ha ha ha

  • Anonymous

    Sure….. Then why are you standing on the street corner looking disheveled?

  • Anonymous

    There is no such thing as being psychic. If psychics were real then every politician on the planet would employ them as envoys, ambassadors, advisors, and bodyguards, but they don’t…. Furthermore, they would be able to pass simple clinical tests, which they never can. They are merely snake oil salesmen for people with very weak minds – same as ghost hunters, and also like the BDN.

    • Anonymous

      Nancy Reagan employed astrologists while First Lady.

      • The 1st lady doesn’t have a lot of real power.

        • Anonymous

          Gee thanks Kevin.

          • I know, if I hadn’t told you that awesome bit of information you would be forever confused.

        • Tyke

          For a good year or two of his last term, Ronald Reagan was suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease and was often doing whatever Nancy and his top advisers told him to do.
          .
          Even in public Nancy was pulling the strings. There were several speeches where he got the “deer in the headlight” look and abruptly stopped speaking only to begin repeating the exact words that Nancy fed him in a stage whisper.
          .
          Nancy Reagan (and her astrologer) had a very frightening level of power during that time.

          • Anonymous

            So says the conspiracy-theory documentary you saw on the history channel. Somehow all of the world leaders who respected him more than any president before or since his rule did not seem to take that into account whilst they bent left & right to respect his authority. I would take a vegetative Ronald Reagan with less self-control than Stephan Hawking looooonngggg before I would ever tolerate a fully-functional Barak Obama making decisions in the White House. Based on the kind of respect Obama gets from various world dignitaries these days… so would they.

          • Tyke

            No, I worked on both of Reagan’s campaigns and spoke to those who had direct contact with him. Reagan was a great president who was misused and taken advantage of after he became ill.

          • Anonymous

            There is a difference between having a couple Reagan yard signs and being part of his campaign. Wake up.

          • Tyke

            I was a major player in the campaign in several states.

          • Anonymous

            Play on player……..

          • FELT

            I worked for the guy who got JFK elected.

            Mel was in W. Va. when JFK was campaigning and his campaign was in bad shape and he was far behind in the polls. The advance guy got fired, and Mel convinced them he could do a better job since his family was well known in W.Va. Dem. politics. Mel took over advancing, and the rest was history as he was able to muster crowds of cheering people for the camera’s in state after state.

            Did you advance or ????

          • Anonymous

            ROFLMAO. Another Smaht democrat, in another few months he won’t even admit he voted for Oshama.

          • FELT

            This is fairly common. I had a scholarship from a long standing politician who was a fixture in the House. I think he had over 20 consecutive terms; but in his last one his brain tumor rendered him nearly speechless and bound in a wheelchair. His staff and wife kept the re-election machine working; he was re-elected and died a few weeks afterward. The governor appointed his wife to the rest of his term and the staff kept their jobs for another two years.

            FDR & Eleanor’s influence is another.

        • Anonymous

          “The 1st lady doesn’t have a lot of real power.”

          That would depend on the President and how you define “real power”. Eleanor Roosevelt was a very politically powerful First Lady, for example. For another example, Nancy Reagan was Ronnie’s Karl Rove. So, yeah, First Ladies can have a lot of power.

    • If you want a laugh go read the FAQ’s on her web site. When she was only 3 years old she found out she had this gift but to learn more you have to purchase her book, of course.

    • Anonymous

      She will earn a living by following PT Barnum’s proverb.

    • Washington County

      Matt you don’t think politicians contact psychics, look at our country falling apart. I think they talk to psychics all the time. by the looks of the way America is headed

      • Anonymous

        Long island medium/Obama

    • Anonymous

      She got what she was looking for….publicity

  • Superuser23

    No New England Patriots in the Super Bowl and no Boston Red Sox in the World Series, Monroe said.

    People are not going to like her if she is right…..

    • She is about as right as my big toe is when it comes to predicting tomorrows lottery numbers.

      • Superuser23

        That is one problem I have with Psychics, they never seem to know the lottery numbers. I am making a prediction, I will not win the Powerball next week….

        • I wonder how they live with such lies. How can you scam people and sleep at night?

          • Superuser23

            Well according to her website, she asks for money to be compensated for her services, so I guess scamers call it a service, get paid, then get away with it. So maybe by thinking it is a service rather then a scam, it helps her (and others like this) sleep better at night.

          • Anonymous

            “It is not really a LIE if YOU believe it to be true” hahaha

  • I cannot stop laughing at this from her FAQ’s… Oh man, this is pure comedy gold.

    http://vickimonroe.com/faqs/

    Can mediumship be taught?

    I know there are a lot of so-called psychics that say they are giving classes to teach people to become more psychic, and I for one can tell you, with the utmost certainty, that is not true! Do not waste your money on these scams – and that is all they are.

    Hey Vicki, you are nothing but a scam as well.

    • FrankC

      Now Kevin..

      You don’t believe in Psychic investigation

      You don’t believe in God

      but you believe Obama psychic dollars will reduce the deficit !

      • I don’t believe in frauds, that is correct and I don’t believe in god’s of any sort.

        BTW, nice attempt at making this into a political post as so many of you do but you can argue with yourself about that one.

      • Anonymous

        Physic?

    • Anonymous

      Sure it can be taught, just join the Oshama gang in D.C. and you have passed lesson numbah one.

  • Anonymous

    Nice picture, I wonder if she knows what I’m thinking?

  • Anonymous

    I wanted to talk to a psychic but my phone never rang.

    • FELT

      uh, you don’t need a telephone with a real psychic.

  • Anonymous

    where was Bin Laden????????????????

    • Tyke

      Right where they found him, but Bush disbanded the group charged with finding him and said he was not a priority, so getting him had to wait until Bush left office.

  • Anonymous

    How come I never see a headline that says,”Psychic wins lottery”?

    I recommend the BDN staff read the book,”How to think about weird things” by Theodore Schick.

    (By the way,I love the prediction about the snow,as I head out to shovel a two foot drift from my front door.

  • Anonymous

    I know it is still early winter, but I think she may have misinterpreted the messages she has received from her spirit world, pertaining to the weather anyway. I’ve got around 2 ft. of snow on the ground here on the mid-coast, and the temps are not what I would refer to as being “mild”.

  • Anonymous

    “Finally, will fans be happy with the new Star Wars movies? Maybe. It’s murky, she said.”
    Someone tell this crackpot that no “Star Wars” movie is coming out in 2013, unless Disney decides to hire some teenagers to make an unintentional backyard spoof.

  • Anonymous

    LePage will be defeated by a LANDSLIDE…!!!

    • Anonymous

      And the Marden’s lady will continue to rake in the deals !

    • Tyke

      In 2013?
      .
      I predict you will be disappointed.
      .
      2014 will be a better year though :)

  • Anonymous

    It’s sad that most people who hear voices in their heads cannot capitalize on it like the lady has.

  • Anonymous

    She may not be on the up and up, but an attractive woman from my standpoint. Just thought i’d throw that in, seemed worth the comment :P lol

  • Tyke

    At the end of 2011 the Republcian primary field had already made it painfully obvious that no Republcian with brains and/or real leadership skill was willing to run because they all already understood that they were not likely to beat Obama.
    .
    With nothing but pathetic second stringers and repeat losers to choose from, it was obvious to any non deluded sentient being that Obama was very likely to win a second term.
    .
    Global warming trends have made it obvious that winters in Maine will continue to have a higher and higher % rain and therefore proportionally less snow. A belief in well established science is all that is required for that prediction – not special psychic powers.
    .
    After the 2011 season predicting that The Red Sox would miss the World Series was not exactly going out on a limb.

    As for Dec. 21, 2012 not being the end of the world … did any sane person believe otherwise?

    • Anonymous

      Al gore has a Psychic on staff.

      • Tyke

        Al Gore is not a scientist so I do not form opinions based on his input. However, over 90% of legitimate climate scientists agree that global warming is real, very serious and caused by activities of mankind.

  • Anonymous

    Is this a joke? With all that’s going on this is a story? On a Sunday? We have indiscrepincies at sandy hook ( second shooter, etc) obama murdering people with drones, and were supporting al quaeda again!

    Pathetic

  • Anonymous

    Hey Vicki, Where’s little Ayla?

    • Peter Hyatt

      “she is cold, and scared and I see…water…” More than 300 of these fake tips called in to law enforcement. Three cheers for Stephen McCausland to say ‘No more tips from narcissistic people who claim psychic powers’: it is nonsense from those who have an acute desire to be ‘known’ as ‘different’ and ‘special’ from everyone else. It is the “me-first” mentality on steroids.

  • paul

    mmm I think we could have come up with all of that sitting at a bar after ten beers or so

  • Sounds like a democrat wish list!

  • Guest

    2 b oar knot 2 b, that wood b tha qwestion.

    • 02b9c

      eye wood think that wood upsit u sum.

  • Anonymous

    “People may spend less keeping homes warm. She said spirits see home-heating oil and gas getting cheaper as the economy improves.”

    Now that is a real bold prediction as oil prices have NEVER (That is right never) decreased as an economy improves. Oil prices fall when economies falter.

    Oh yeah, and while you are at it, tell us where Ayla Reynolds can be located.

  • Ed Ecker

    Pure BS !

  • Double

    I’ve seen a lot of BS in my life, but this one takes the cake. This is practically her opinion, don’t believe any of this garbage

  • Anonymous

    Let see, if she says enough things in front of different people then yes some of them will come true, especially when there are only two options. She is such a scammer that anyone who knows anything about Star Wars knows that the next movie will not be released until 2015. I see this woman as being from away!!!!

  • Wow, she is going out on some limbs here!!

  • DB

    CAN THE USA SURVIVE GIVEN THE FOLLOWING?

    The folks who are getting free stuff, don’t like the folks who are paying for the free stuff, because the folks who are paying for the free stuff can no longer afford to pay for both the free stuff and their own stuff.

    The folks who are paying for the free stuff want the free stuff to stop, and the folks who are getting the free stuff want even more free stuff on top of the free stuff they are already getting!

    Now… The people who are forcing the people to pay for the free stuff have told the people who are RECEIVING the free stuff, that the people who are PAYING for the free stuff, are being mean, prejudiced, and racist.

    So… The people who are GETTING the free stuff have been convinced they need to hate the people who are paying for the free stuff by the people who are forcing some people to pay for their free stuff, and giving them the free stuff in the first place.

    We have let the free stuff giving go on for so long that there are now more people getting free stuff than paying for the free stuff.

    Now understand this. All great democracies have committed financialsuicidesomewhere between 200 and 250 years after being founded. The reason? The voters figured out they could vote themselves money from the treasury by electing people who promised to give them money from the treasury in exchange for electing them.

    Thomas Jefferson said it best: “The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.”

    The United States officially became a Democracy in 1776, 235 years ago.

    The number of people now getting free stuff outnumbers the people paying for the free stuff.

    A Nation of Sheep Breeds a Government of Wolves!

    I’M 100% for PASSING THIS ON!!!

    Obama: Gone!
    Borders: Closed!
    Language: English only
    Culture: Constitution, and the Bill of Rights!
    Drug Free: Mandatory Drug Screening before Welfare!
    NO freebies to: Non-Citizens!

    We the people are coming!

    ———————————–

    “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money”. — Margaret Thatcher

    • Tyke

      You should be sharing the same room in the psych hospital with anyone who believes this “psychic”.

    • Anonymous

      The United States is a Republic genius not a Democracy (look up the difference.) The reality is that this country will never speak just English (Ex: a lot of northern Mainer’s speaks French-duh) and by 2045 white people will be the minority in this country- you better get ready for THAT. The Constitution/Bill of Rights are not ‘Culture’ they are a body of fundamental principles/laws and established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed. Culture is defined as ‘the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.’ Worried about drugs? Great then after you test people you better have something set up to help them get treatment and off drugs or the problem will never get better or go away. Worried about welfare? I suggest you start with all the multi-billion dollar corporations that pay little to no taxes yet get huge IRS refunds every year….that’s corporate welfare plain and simple. ‘We the people’ are far too busy pointing fingers at one another for our differences and being hateful toward one another and thus will never get their collective sh*t together to do anything. ‘We the people’ aren’t coming or going to do anything except maintain the status quo.

      • Anonymous

        My family was Dutch. Got here WAY before the Brits (look it up) The Spanish and the French also occupied parts of what are now the USA before the English arrived. The English speakers dragged the Chinese and the Africans here in chains, then they made it illegal for them to learn how to read and write English.

        Now you want a purely English Country? Sorry ’bout that pal. Thank your ancestors for the diversity.

        • Anonymous

          Did you even read mt response to DB????My point was to the pinhead who I responded to (DB) who thinks this country should all be white and English…..this country is made of of people from everywhere no one other than the Native Americans are native to this country. The fact is this country white people will be in the minority by 2045 and I look forward to it- I doubt DB will however. Let’s just hope the new majority (i.e. minorities) treat the new minority (i.e. white people) better than they were treated.

          • Anonymous

            Actually I thought I replied to DB I have no idea how it became a reply to you.

  • Washington County

    Lets see here. BDN won’t write about Jesus, but will write about a person with so called spirit telling the future. Demon’s probably more likely, but how can there be spirits / demons without a living God? Can’t wait for Kevin of Bangor to reply.

    • Anonymous

      God shmod If you believe in any of this I have a book about the tooth fairy to send you.

    • Praise Jesus! Can I get an amen brother?

      • Washington County

        Amen

    • Superuser23

      They won’t write about the little voice in my head either! You know the one that say “Stay in bed” when the alarm goes off every morning, or when my stomach growls I hear “What should I eat? I am hungry” The funny thing is, that voice is pretty darn accurate…but no interview….no story.

    • Tyke

      A search of just the BDN website for instances of the word “Jesus” yields 3,770 results and took less than 1 second to perform.
      .
      Oops – You appear to be violating that commandment about lying.
      .
      Type the following (the entire line) into the Google search bar to see for yourself:

      Jesus site:http://bangordailynews.com

  • Anonymous

    In August the Machias Valley News Observer carried an article, with the Bill Lipton byline, in which he correctly predicted the Obama win, and correctly gave the vote
    percentages … calling the percentage for Obama almost exactly. Did she
    do that?

    When the last pope died, did she publish the name the current pope would take… and have it in print on the newsstands SIX DAYS BEFORE the papal election? (indicating it might have been written at the time the previous pope died – to be published at that time. Though, in fact, it was written thirty years earlier, in the writer’s book on ancient prophecies likely to come to pass.)

    What in this article Isn’t a logical conclusion based on well known information?

    Maybe she also has a current Book out in which she predicts, or reports the likely prediction of the destruction of Rome within the next few decades… and certainly prior to 2064?

    She is pretty, by not much of a psychic.

  • Peter Hyatt

    Can Vicki tell us where Baby Ayla is? Psychics have the same rate of success of finding missing persons that the average person does winning the Megabucks lottery, yet they prey upon vulnerable parents of missing children, and force law enforcement to waste valuable resources chasing down “sightings”; vague and related to the geographical area. Statement Analysis of psychic “sightings” or “intuitions” show that the language they use does not come from experiential memory; that is: they are deceptive. It is not surprising that BDN would host an article on one.

  • Anonymous

    Might as well listen to her predictions, she came out better than Fox News. Her “spirit guides” are a whole lot better that Fox’s “reporters and pollsters.”

  • Homebake Aaron Myrtle

    lets see this psychic seems to be really high on predictions as on pot or marjane. Her predictions on things we arleady known before 2012 had happened. Heres my predictions for all of you. I predict that you all read this message

  • Anonymous

    If I were psychic I would just pick out some winning numbers for a few lotteries and quickly retire.
    What a bunch of bull cookies.

  • You know, there are millions upon millions of people who experience “psychic” phenomenon every day. They know immediately if one of their children is hurt or sick. They know when someone close to them dies before they are told. They sense some impending trouble so do not board the plane, train, bus or car that will crash. This happens all the time and no one picks it apart. No one calls these people charlatans or frauds.

    I have known several people over the years who are for lack of a better term, practicing psychics. Some of them are very good and really do know things that they should not be able to know. They are able to help people make better decisions regarding life choices. They do this by applying the wisdom they have earned in their own life as well as sometimes listening to that “something” not defined. They may or may not charge for what they do. More often that not, if they do charge, it is only for their time and travel. The people who believe they follow a true calling feel they are here to serve, not get rich.

    I have also known many who simply practice a kind of parlor trick and charge an arm and a leg for their “expertise”. A good example is the woman on the new TV show “The Haunting of…”. Yes, they do get some things correct; even a broken clock is right twice a day. What they do is a disservice to those who are looking for help.

    I do not know the young woman featured in this story so I cannot say which kind of practitioner she is. But I can make a pretty good guess. No psychic ability required.

    • Anonymous

      I feel sorry for anyone who thinks there is such a thing as psychic phenomena.

  • Anonymous

    So then she knows who did the stabbing on Elm ST.? And why doesn’t she let us know if the sub in Old Town is really a perv or just someone that practiced some bad judgement and was drug through the mud by this poor excuse of a newspaper, which I hope is sued if the latter is the case.

  • Anonymous

    The sad thing is that people are gullible enough to believe her. Let me give this psychic thing a try: “Taxes will go up on most Americans as Obamacare is found to be more expensive than originally stated, drug crime in Maine will stay level or increase slightly, and liberals will continue to cry over LePage being governor”.

  • Anonymous

    What baffles me is how these people claim to have a gift they must share with the world—–for a fee. Some gift.

    • Anonymous

      She’s ditzy.

  • Downeasta

    1 day left to avert the fiscal cliff. Good luck on that.

  • Anonymous

    I predict she is a fraud. I never understood why if people could see the future they never win the lottery?

  • Anonymous

    she’s yummy, thats what I predict.

  • Bertha Gruntz

    What a joke. The spirits told her about gas and oil prices. And the spirits have an opinion on gun control. Suffering succotash, Martha. The beans are burning. She reads the BDN and the Farmer’s Almanac, and follows CNN. She is either a fraud or certifiable. The only spirits she hears are the ones inside a bottle of Allens Coffee Brandy.

  • Anonymous

    Oh give me a break, some of those were printed in the Farmers Almanac.

  • My prediction is that BDN will continue to consider reports from psychics to be News, and will not realize that they are lowering themselves by pandering to superstitious nonsense.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll take this seriously as soon as I see the headline
    “Maine psychic Vicki Monroe Wins Lottery for the 4th Week in a Row.”

  • Anonymous

    I can’t believe how OFF track you people get in comments. From she looks scared to grammar and spelling? More people cannot spell nor do they use proper grammar than actually can or do. It’s pathetic but you sort of lost sight of the subject?

  • Anonymous

    What a bunch of poopy. My spirits were also right about Obama. So What. It was a 50/50 deal. Almost any of us could do what she does. All we need is a bunch of fools to follow along. The BDN should be ashamed to print such garbage. Psychic, smychic. Give me a break.

  • jadim

    Well she blew the “at ease with the shovels”. Her other two areas mean squat. Shouldn’t she be sensing the cure to cancer or something? But In My Very Humble Opinion, she looks like a Zumba Instructor. As in the Media courting type.

  • Anonymous

    Glad to see the “spirit guides” are so up on hollywood gossip. Tom Cruise? really. What a load of BS

  • Anonymous

    Is that picture photoshopped? Womans face versus womans hands….odd

  • Maineiac Jim

    if she is so “psychic” ..then why is she wasting her gift giving us this crap?!?!…..what we REALY want to know is whereabouts of Ayla Reynolds…. ..amazing how she can see lots of rain in our future ….but can’t help authorities with a missing innocent girl….

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