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Psychic makes 1999 predictions

With all that’s going on at Lake Tahoe wouldn’t it be nice to know what 1999 and future years hold for the jewel of the Sierra?

Dayle Schear, a South Shore resident since 1974, knows – or at least has a good idea.

Schear is a well-known psychic who says her predictions are correct 80 to 90 percent of the time.



What does she see for Lake Tahoe?

Well, put it this way: If you own a home in Tahoe, hold on to it.




“The first thing I’ll say is if you want to buy property in Tahoe, you need to do it in the next 18 months to two years or you’ll be priced out of the market. Property values will shoot up,” she said. “Redevelopment will continue, and this will be like an Aspen or a Vail, Colo. Only the rich and famous will live here.”

What about the clarity of the big beautiful lake?

“That will be saved,” she said. “However, we’ll have to watch our drinking water. There are chemicals in the water they are not telling us about.”

Although the “chemicals” may sound like the controversial gasoline additive MTBE that is threatening South Shore wells, Schear said she did not think that was it.

Schear said it is easier to make predictions on a three- to five-year basis; however, she does have feelings about a subject that will affect Lake Tahoe soon – the weather.

Despite having early, heavy snows, Schear said, Lake Tahoe will have a “semi-drought” this winter as far as snowfall is concerned. Spring will come early, too.

“We’re lucky if we get some big dumps,” she said. “We’ll have enough for skiing. We’ll see a lot more cold spells.”

No major disasters are in store for the region, but Lake Tahoe officials and residents should be careful of a catastrophic wildfire.

Schear is the author of three books – “The Psychic Within,” “Dare to be Different” and “Tarot for the Beginner” – and she has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, including Hard Copy, Sally Jessy Rafael and The Late Show on FOX. She gained national attention for her work with Hard Copy on the O.J. Simpson case, of which she said she has always felt he committed the murders.

Her specialty is psychometry, where she holds objects and has feelings about their past, present and future.

She said she does not usually have feelings about worldwide and national events, but she feels President Clinton will not be impeached, there will soon be more terrorist incidents in the United States, more famine worldwide caused by weather conditions and the stock market will climb to over 10,000 in 1999.

Overall, Schear says to “expect the unexpected” in 1999.

“1999 will be, I would say, a year of you’re never going to know what’s going to happen,” she said. “The unexpected. Everything will be totally turned upside down. It will be totally unpredictable.”

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