The gallery I attended with two of my friends showcased Brandie Chrisman and she had a turnout of about 30 people. She appeared to be just as accurate here as she was in my readings. There was one particularly emotional reading for a woman whose late husband came through with their child. Apparently he had a few things to apologize for. Interestingly, there was a young man who came through who seemed to fit for more than one person, one of whom was one of my friends. I have seen this happen on John Edward's show. A grandmother came through with enough specific information (she was a dancer) that her grandson could identify her and on Brandie's website, www.brandiechrisman.com there is a video of that particular reading.
Before Brandie began her readings there was a demonstration of a didgeridoo used as harmonic (vibrational) therapy. I had heard of a didgeridoo before but had never seen one (that I can remember) or had any idea they could be used this way. Joseph Carringer has been playing the didgeridoo for over a decade and according to his pamphlet harmonic therapy is a form of sound therapy. It is said to produce healing results by the same principles of ultrasound therapy. I don't know if it can actually heal anything but I can testify that it is extremely relaxing to listen to! I bought a couple of his CD's and listened to one while I relaxed in my recliner and found that it did facilitate meditation. For more information on this therapy see www.didgetherapy.com