Wanna converse with Michael Jackson and Jade Goody? Popular social networking site Twitter is coming up with an application Tweance, which enables people to pose questions to dead people.
Psychic Jayne Wallace, who famously contacted dead British reality star Jade Goody in August, will choose four celebrities based on votes from Twitter users, then post their answers to her questions on the official “Tweance” Twitter between 10am and 12pm on Friday October 30.Tweeters can choose which of their deceased idols they want to talk to, pick a question — then follow the "Tweance" in real time using the social networking site.
A spokesman for Angels Fancy Dress in London who came up with the idea for the Tweance, said: "We were amazed to see no-one had used Twitter for a séance before.
In August Jayne contacted former Big Brother favourite Jade for her mother Jackiey Budden.
During the incredible session Jayne revealed that Jade wanted to say "sorry" to Jackiey for not listening to her about marrying Jack Tweed and said it was the biggest mistake she ever made.
In 2003 psychics Craig and Jane Hamilton-Parker conducted a séance to try and contact Princess Diana which was viewed by 30million people around the world.
The idea of a séance originated in New York in the 19th Century when two sisters convinced their parents and neighbours they could communicate with the spirit of a body buried under their house through a series of knocking codes.
Follow the session on October 30 at twitter.com/tweance