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The charming and eccentric city of Tallahassee Florida has every type of psychic reader or counselor available to you that is imaginable including root workers, hoodoo magicians, Christian spiritual counselors, Tarot card readers, crystal ball readers, mediums, trance chandlers and Reiki workers. Many of the psychics working in Tallahassee are classified as Reverends in one kind of spiritual church or another.
There are also many New age and metaphysical supply shops and book stores in Tallahassee. Fool Moon treasures sells dragon, Wicca and other pewter statues for magic and meditation. Stone Age sells incense, oils and candles and Crystal Connection sells healing gemstones.
A favorite spooky destination of psychics is the natural landmark near Tallahassee known as Florida Cavern State Park. These large caverns boast gigantic caverns filled with large stalactites and stalagmites as well as mysterious aqua blue swamps. This is a wonderful place meditate and connect with the energies of Earth and water.
Another very famous haunted spot in Tallahassee is the Old Leon County Jail which has been closed for years and used as a storage facility. However the spirits of dead inmates still haunt the place and people have reported being shoved by unseen hands and have heard pounding and screaming sounds from inside the walls.
There are also many witch and pagan meetings in Tallahassee including weekly and monthly ones that take place in Railroad Square Park. This is where psychics and pagans meet each other’s and where people new to witchy and pagan religions can learn more about them. The city also has quite a few paranormal investigators and ghost-hunting societies including the Tallahassee Ghost Hunters which takes members to local Indian Mounds and older buildings in Tallahassee. A newer organization dedicated to ghost hunting in Tallahassee is S.I.T.E. which stands for Supernatural Investigations/Technical Evaluations and describe them as being “social workers for the dead.”