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The Spirit Of Diana Lives On

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Tuesday March, 11, 2003

The Spirit Of Diana Lives On

Princess Diana lives - in spirit that is - and she gets the chance to tell the world all her secrets that remain unanswered after her tragic death on Spirit of Diana PREMIERING on SKY Box Office (Channel 60) Sunday, March 30 at 7pm.

Britain’s most renowned psychics retrace Diana’s final journey, and gather with her closest friends to reach out and communicate with her spirit.

Was she planning to marry Dodi Al Fayed? Was she pregnant? Was there a plot to kill her? Craig-Hamilton Parker, UK’s top medium, contacts Diana from the after life asking the most pressing questions that plague her memory.

Joining Parker is Diana’s spiritual advisor, personal astrologer and some of her closest friends who comprise a panel to discuss the truly unbelievable answers that come through from the spirit world. Included on the panel is; Mohammed Al Fayed ,Janet Filderman (Diana’s hair-stylist), Cathy Nolan (People Magazine Writer), Patricia Bankins (American Trance Channel), Oonagh Shanley (Healer to the Princess), Penny Thornton (Personal Astrologist to the Princess), Andrew Morton (Author of Diana: Her True Story), and Gerard Le Roux (Painter of the rich and famous).

This programme is one of the most exciting and truly unusual network events in television history and for $24.95 you can witness it all on SKY Box Office (Channel 60) – Spirit of Diana PREMIERES Sunday, March 30 at 7pm.


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