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Psychic sisters Suzanne and Jean Vincent appearing Oct. 24 at Northland Library

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Psychic sisters Jean and Suzanne Vincent will present a program titled “Beyond the Vail” at Northland Public Library at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018.

Renowned psychic sister Suzanne and Jean Vincent will discuss the missing persons and murder mystery cases they have been involved in along with their experience with paranormal investigations during a presentation at 7 p.m. on Oct. 24 at the Northland Public Library in McCandless.

For the past 27 years, the Butler County residents have worked as psychic mediums, psychic profilers, ghost hunters, paranormal researchers and psychic criminal investigators.

They currently are involved in the investigation into the disappearance of Ray Gricar , the district attorney who disappeared while investigating Jerry Sandusky and Penn State University.

The sisters have appeared on numerous television shows including the A&E series “Psychic Investigators” and the Travel Channel’s “Dead Files Revisited.”

They also were featured in the National Enquirer about their involvement in the Caylee Anthony missing person case

Registration is required for the adults only program “Beyond the Veil with the Psychic Vincent Sisters.”

Sign up online or by calling the adult reference desk at 412-366-8100, Ext. 113.

The library is located 300 Cumberland Road.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368 or tlarussa@tribweb.com or via Twitter @TonyLaRussaTrib.

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