Launceston Psychic Expo draws a crowd

EXPO: Stallholder Mahrcus Robinson shows off some smoky quartz at the Launceston Psychic Expo at Hotel Grand Chancellor. Picture: Hamish Geale
EXPO: Stallholder Mahrcus Robinson shows off some smoky quartz at the Launceston Psychic Expo at Hotel Grand Chancellor. Picture: Hamish Geale

A predictable turnout of just under 1000 strolled through the doors of Hotel Grand Chancellor over the weekend for the July instalment of the Launceston Psychic Expo.

The two-day event wrapped up on Sunday with organiser Jason Betts hailing the expo as a success.

“It’s been great, Launceston people are really nice,” Mr Betts said. 

“We find that in January people want to know how the whole year is going to go, but in July people want help getting out of the problems they’re in.”

Mr Betts said people came back every year for the expo. 

“Our customers ultimately decide what they like and what they don’t like and if we can’t provide quality service then it doesn’t survive, but we know what works here.

“We have a wonderful selection of everything psychic you could want - palmistry, spirit guides, mediums that speak to dead people, aura photos, aura soma, tarot cards - we’ve got it all here.

“Even scientologists come down from Melbourne, they’ve been coming down for years.” 

Our customers ultimately decide what they like and what they don’t like and if we can’t provide quality service then it doesn’t survive.

Jason Betts