SALEM - Lawyers have the bar exam. Accountants have the CPA
Should Salem's fortunetellers have to pass a test of their own to
prove they're psychic?
City councilors, hoping to crack down on fraudulent
fortunetellers, are trying to define exactly how a psychic can
become licensed to set up shop in the Witch City. They want
candidates to undergo a criminal background check and to either live
or run a business in Salem for at least a year.
struggles to sort out psychic
Funny, Cassadaga also licensed their
psychics. Bunny actually asked the
Reverend Ben about this, and he said there was a board that certified
all the psychics and mediums in Cassadaga.
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