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Chip Coffey is an internationally acclaimed psychic, medium, paranormal investigator, lecturer and writer. He is the great-grandson of famed Native American medicine woman Minnie Sue Morrow Foster. (He is also distantly related to General Robert E. Lee and Thomas Coffey, an actor who performed with Edwin and John Wilkes Booth.)
Chip was born in Upstate New York, spent much of his childhood in South Carolina, and now resides in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia.
His psychic abilities manifested themselves when he was a young child and, after successful careers in counseling, the entertainment industry and travel management, he began working full-time as a psychic and medium in late 2001. Since that time, he has conducted over 10,000 readings for clients all around the world.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution called Chip “every bit as accurate as John Edward” and InStyle magazine said “Chip Coffey is a cross between John Edward and Dr. Phil…a psychic who doesn’t hesitate to tell it like it is.” Fate and Fortune, a European magazine, featured an article about Chip’s visit to the ruins of the World Trade Center with the widow of a man who died there on 9-11.
Chip is featured on nine episodes of the new
A&E Network series, Paranormal State. The series revolves around members of Penn State University’s Paranormal Research Society, a group of young investigators.
He also hosted a Biography Channel documentary entitled Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal that originally aired in December, 2007.
Chip appeared on the popular television show, Airline, also on the A&E Network, along with his good friend and colleague, Patti Starr. The ghost hunting duo was followed by a film crew as they investigated Sloss Furnaces, a haunted iron mill in Birmingham, Alabama. Chip and Patti also travel to colleges and universities throughout the United States, presenting a program of ghostly photos, videos and audio recordings captured during their many investigations together.
Articles that Chip has written have appeared in regional and national publications. Haunted Times magazine recently featured an article written by Chip as the cover story of its Winter, 2007 issue.
In early 2007, Chip was asked to be a part of the prestigious Cold Case Research Institute, a forensics group dedicated to exploring unsolved criminal cases.
Chip volunteers with several hospice organizations, including Hospice Atlanta and The Twilight Brigade/Compassion in Action. A firm believer in God and His Angels, Chip believes that miracles, great and small, happen each and every day.
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