Video of The Seance to Contact Princess Diana
With a production cost nearing $1 million the 86 minute programme Spirit of Diana was seen by 30 million viewers in America and around the world. Its subject matter was so sensitive that it was initially banned in the UK and only recently shown on the UK Sci Fi Channel. The programme saw Craig and Jane retrace the final days of Princess Diana and concluded with them conducting a live séance in London.
During the mediumistic sittings, conducted with friends and confidants of the Princess, Craig and Jane were able to give rock-solid proof that the spirit of the Princess was communicating.
They told the participants personal things that only the princess could have known – proofs could never have been revealed by research.
The Seances on Video
Seen by 30 million people world-wide The Spirit of Diana was an American documentary in which Craig & Jane Hamilton-Parker contacted the spirit of Princess Diana at a live TV séance. They attempted to tune in to Diana’s spirit on the journey from the Ritz to the Pont de L’Alma, where the fateful car crash resulted in the death of Princess Diana, Dodi and the driver Henri Paul.
The mediums investigated the car crash site as well as other significant venues in both Paris and London. Their fascinating paranormal investigation concluded with a live TV séance with friends and confidants of the Princess of Wales.
More about Craig & Jane’s skills
Craig and Jane’s TV psychic work has included many ESP skills. They have demonstrated Telepathy – where they have used their powers to read the mind of an audience. They have taught people how to have an out-of-body experience, designed experiments to prove the paranormal abilities of animals, psychically read flowers and demonstrated psychometry on murder weapons. On the 6 part Mystic Challenge series Craig used his skills to give insight into the lives of guest celebrities who could be seen by the viewer but not by him.
Many times Craig and Jane have participated in shows to predict the future and pitted their skills against various experts and pundits. For one year they were the resident psychics on The Big Breakfast where they would appear with Paula Yates and predict ‘Next Week’s News Today! They made astonishingly specific predictions that came true- predictions that nobody could have anticipated by reading the newspapers.
Craig and Jane’s skills shine when they are permitted to demonstrate mediumship. Prior to the relaxing of the UK rules they sought an international audience and have demonstrated on TV for South Korea, Iceland, Greece and America. More recently they demonstrated mediumship on a number of cable and satellite Channels and mainstream on Channel 5 and ITV after the watershed. For BBC 2 their life at home and work teaching and demonstrating mediumship was filmed for three groundbreaking Everyman documentaries shown at peak viewing time.
For BBC 1 Craig used psychometry to link to famous people of the past. Craig claims that he can detect the history of a location or item, by picking up on “vibrations”. The BBC was intrigued and decided to set a test taking him to various museums to see what he could tell viewers about the objects he was given. To make it harder, Craig has to remain blindfolded for the entire journey – ensuring that the location is as much a mystery as the item itself.
With experts on hand to verify his findings Craig was under pressure to prove his psychic powers but successfully revealed the history of all the objects he was given. When handed a violin, he revealed to the astonishment of everyone, that it had been owned by the writer Thomas Hardy.
Craig and Jane been asked to investigate many ancient sites for TV programs and even though the locations are made known only at the last minute, have given accurate insights in to the past. For example, for Discovery TV Craig was able to tell of the secret history of a ruined castle, the history of which was only known to a handful of specialist experts.
GHOSTS & SPIRITS
There has been a much cheating on TV ghost hunts and quite rightly this has been made public by the skeptics. In contrast all of the TV investigations undertaken by Craig and Jane have been done with an independent arbitrator to ensure that the mediums have no prior knowledge of the locations. When these safeguards are in place and are known to be in place by the viewer, then these ghostly investigations can make great viewing.
Craig and Jane refuse to adopt a choreographed ‘Scooby Doo’ mentality to ghost hunting. If done correctly, ghostly investigations can not only be entertaining television but also give serious insights in to the nature of the spirit world and life after death.