These testimonials are from satisfied clients who have come to me for help, guidance, and relief from grief.

“AN ABSOLUTE PLEASURE!!! Nellie provided me with the most amazing life experience.The best way to describe spending an hour with this woman would be like saying that you were getting an hour to talk face to face with your departed loved ones again. Not only have I gone to see Nellie, I’ve had multiple family members also make appointments with her. They have all came back astounded by the accuracy and distinctive personality traits that she has been able to attain from our loved ones on the other side. I cannot recommend her enough. To anyone who is thinking about scheduling a reading with her…DO IT!! It will change your life.”

Courtney Griffith

“I just want to say My mother and I enjoyed our hour with Ms. Nellie! She was a very kind and warm hearted person, as well as humorous!

I was a bit nervous about going in because I didn’t know what to expect. I’ve always liked learning about the afterlife and what not but Ms. Nellie quickly eased my mind as she began to speak.

She started with my great grandmother and even went into my relationship with my best friend who had passed on. She relay messages and it felt good to know that those I love were still with me. If I had the chance I would go again for some updates and just to have those conversations.

Ms. Nellie also bought up the fact that I was gifted too, which is something I hardly speak on. Ms. Nellie was on point and accurate. I just want to thank her again for helping us!!!”

Robin and Mia

I just wanted to thank you for today, you have such a special gift and I thank you for sharing it with me and my daughter, after I left your home I felt different knowing that my husband is still by my side and that he is watching over my daughter and granddaughters.


“Thank you for helping me get in touch with my mother and father. It brought me so much joy and peace to know that my mother was happy with the decisions we made for her and getting her affirmation gives me so much comfort.

For so many years, I felt like she was gone and had left me, but I feel so happy to feel reconnected. I never imagined I’d be in touch with my father, but I am grateful for that contact as well. It’s so nice to know that they are looking after me, and I hope that the visit gave them the peace and joy that I felt.

Nellie, I felt so comfortable with you and with all of these tiny details that came up from the distant past and from just a few weeks ago. Even the smallest details that you mentioned fell into place when I got home and talked with members of my family. The picture that you mentioned that I couldn’t place was on the bookshelf in my living room and I noticed it immediately as soon as I got home.

I am so glad that you closed the gaping divide for me. I only wish that I would have recorded it because there was so much more than what was in my notes. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

May you continue to be blessed!”


“I have always been a believer in the afterlife and never had any doubts whatsoever. Fortune tellers are another matter and I think they are fun and not to be taken seriously. Nellie is a true medium and not a fortune teller. The first time I met Nellie, we were at a mutual friends home and she came over to me and told me something that I hadn’t shared with anyone in 20 years and only to my family and close friends. She told me that she knew that I had lost a baby in my fifth month of pregnancy and I had always thought the baby was a boy—she was right on!!!! Then she told me that the baby was with my dad (who passed away several years before) and that the baby was a girl! Nellie told me that my dad was holding her hand and that he was taking good care of her. After crying myself to sleep that night I woke up in the morning feeling very peaceful and greatly comforted. My dad was very special to me and to know that my baby was with him was enormously comforting. I think about Nellie telling me this often. Nellie is a very special woman; she is a hospice nurse and believes in her faith constantly. She is a great friend! I could tell you stories that friends and family have shared with me that Nellie has told them about their loved one who has passed on. Until you have really experienced a reading with Nellie you cannot imagine the magnitude it has on your life. For me it has always been a source of comfort, and like Bob said it helps to know that in some small (or very large) way they are still here with me. Yes, I am a true believer!”

Ingrid Dolan

“I had a reading with Nellie Walter on July 19,2014. My Mother passed away on May 27, 2014. I was grieving the loss of my Mom who lived with me in my home for the last 22 years of her life. We were very close and I wanted very much to somehow know that she was OK!

Nellie greeted me outside her home and was warm and welcoming. I didn’t know what to expect since I had never had a reading with a medium but I was so hoping my Mom would come through. My Mom came through loud and clear. Nellie gave me so much information that afternoon that my profound sadness over the loss of my Mom gradually turned to gratitude knowing that my Mom was safe, no longer sick, and very happy in the presence of the Blessed Mother. Nellie was able to communicate with my Mom and provided me with descriptions regarding her physical characteristics, her sense of humor, her culinarylikes and dislikes and very detailed information regarding the last few weeks of my Mom’s time here on Earth. All of this was very accurate. Nellie was conversing with my Mom in a very congenial fashion.

I truly felt that my Mom was in the room with us and just having a normal conversation. The only difference was that I couldn’t see or hear her but the manner in which Nellie relayed information from my Mom was dead on as if my Mom was saying the words directly to me instead of through Nellie.

All I can say is God gave Nellie Walter a special gift and she uses it with the utmost respect for both the client and their loved one that has crossed over.

I still miss my Mom and always will. However, I’m not worried that she’s ok. Nellie’s last words to me as I was leaving her home were so significant and sums up what I believe her purpose is as a Medium. She said, “if I have brought you some peace today then I have done my job”. Nellie……you did an AWESOME job and yes, I do now feel a sense of peace that my Mom is REALLY OK!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Donna M Testa

“Thank you so much for the session yesterday. I was very angry after my uncle’s suicide, and although I had gotten mostly over that in the last few years, I still had times when I was angry and upset with him. I am not mad at him anymore. The session has brought an inner peace that I didn’t think I would ever have. It is like weight lifted off of me. Thank you for that. I am also so happy that you validated that my dreams with my uncle in them are really him. I love that I still get to see him and speak with him. On my way to work last evening I thanked my uncles for being around me. A few minutes later the song you said you were hearing came on the radio! It was so amazing. Also, I think I realized what that day was when my uncle was saying “remember that day?” and you were seeing steps..I think it was my college graduation. I met my family on the stairs outside the auditorium after the ceremony, we took pictures there and talked for a while before leaving.

I relayed the messages to my dad from my uncles (dad’s brothers) and he was very touched. I am hoping he too will get some peace.
You are amazing. I am so grateful for you and our session. Thank you!”

Brianna, AZ

My sisters and I attended Dinner with a Medium at Catherine’s Restaurant in June, 2018. In the beginning, Nellie, the medium, said not to be shy if we feel the loved one is for us. I guess I was and should have been more forceful, but I didn’t want to interrupt someone else’s loved one’s reading.

We lost our brother, Christopher on February 8th,2018. I went to the Dinner with my sisters needing and hoping to hear from him that night.

Nellie started off with a young female Soul coming through connected with the name Sara. She said she had been “chatting with her before the Dinner began” and wanted to start with her first. I raised my hand and told her my daughter is named Sara( who is alive). Since it wasn’t directly related to my brother, what could the connection be between Christopher, Sara and this young girl ? Nellie proceeded to say she died at home and no one got to say goodbye . I did not want to presume it could be a message for her family through for them. I was too focused on Christopher till it hit me afterwards, that was exactly what she was doing with Christopher’s guidance. My Sara is friends with a girl who’s sister died mysteriously in her sleep at home when she was about to start her freshman year at college No one got to say goodbye. My family and her family go way back to grade school. It just so happens that my Sara befriended her sister, not knowing we have a nice history with the family. Our mom was even planning on having lunch with her grandmother the following week! This was a real tragedy for this family. She literally never woke up. My sister even went to grade school with the her father. They were in the same class. Christopher knew them as well. I can see my brother guiding her to Nellie.

She mentioned Sara several times that night . Sara will be 24 and by the way is Christopher’s Goddaughter. Nellie also kept referring to Florida numerous times, not at our table, but at tables all around us. My Sara lives and works in Florida but since it wasn’t directed at me, I didn’t want to be rude. I thought maybe others had a Sara and a Florida? I now feel Christopher was yelling from behind the other people.

As the night went on Nellie briefly spoke about someone named Timothy. My other brother has a son Timothy(alive). The table right next to us said we know a Tom and Nellie’s attention went them, a young mom with two kids lost her husband. I think Christopher was throwing out names and numbers to get our attention!

Finally the kicker happened…by the end of the night, I was so mad at myself for not standing up and saying …I think you are talking about our Christopher…till she said does anyone have a pet skunk on the other side? Christopher all his young childhood had Skunky, the imaginary skunk who lived under our kitchen table. We would tease him at times about it when he was older. I raised my hand so high at that!!! He knew we connected with that one! My mom even bought him a stuffed skunk as an adult to keep on his bed as a reminder of Skunky.

Nellie then brought her attention to our table, once again and referred to us about a 4×6 picture with nice teeth as a validation that our Christopher was sending his love. I knew exactly which photo she was referring to for it does show Christopher’s beautiful teeth and smile. At the end of his life, his teeth were rotted and he lost them, but the 4×6 picture…his teeth were beautiful. She referred to a St Christopher metal which my sister’s had on bracelets they were wearing made in his remembrance. She finally passed a message from him to our mom telling her “she is too thin and to eat ice cream..Breyers Vanilla” ….we tell her this all the time. We bring her ice cream a lot as it is one of her favorites. Mom is a breast cancer survivor and two years ago had colon cancer. She survived but, this past May needed surgery for lung cancer which spread from her colon cancer. She is devastated by Christopher’s death but stills marches on . She knows she has lots to live for.

So…in a nutshell..my very stubborn brother tried his best that night to come through but his wonderful sisters were too scared to interrupt for fear of being rude. We thank Nellie for all she gave us that night and for Christopher’s persistence. I also learned a valuable lesson … It is alright to be rude when your loved ones from the other side want to chat!


“Although I’m a believer in the “other side” – I was still cautious. Nellie was dead on! I’m not big on crying and this was a very emotional experience-yet I laughed a lot! Not to mention, there was some closure there that I have needed. I was impressed she was able to connect with one of my great-grandmothers who just recently passed away in the past 6 months – Concerned it would have been too soon. This was my first ever meeting with a medium. There was very little talk and way more answering “yes or no” — however at times I let Nellie just tell me. Nellie was very welcoming and very polite. There was a sense about her that made you feel at ease and she was very upfront with you. There were more spirits that came through than I thought would and some who shocked me. Before Nellie could even finish asking if there was another spirit I wanted to connect with, there came 1 or 2 more. Only sayings my family would know about were presented reassuring me it was them. I brought items with me, that I never made any mention of. However one was left in my car. Both of these items my great-grandmother made reference to. I am more than satisfied with this experience. There are questions answered and closure – I feel like what I’ve searched for, I got the answers. I’ll definitely return to see Nellie again!”


This story goes back further than I realized. My last visit with Nellie was when I was in college at Penn State, but so much has changed since then. I had no doubt that my mother was with me guiding me through all of these changes. I had transitioned from old chapters of my life such as going out into the real world, teaching, moving across the country, changing careers… and created new chapters such as falling in love and getting married… We still received signs along the way, kind of like “check in’s” from my mom. “I’m still here, I love this for you, I am here for you.” She sent signs during my most lost times, and most found times. But this time of my life made me reach out to Nellie for two reasons. One, I wanted to share this experience with my husband, and in our relationship, we share everything together. I wanted him to be given the same gifts I was: to awe at how incredible it is to connect to loved ones and feel them around us. And two, I was about to enter the biggest chapter of my life, that was always a dream of mine… motherhood.
Travis and I rarely get to go back to Pennsylvania, we wish we could do it more often. It is even more rare that our trips back to PA are not overbooked with events, gatherings and always go faster than planned. This time we were going back for our baby shower. A conversation with someone at work lead me to the topic of my experience with Nellie. I realized how amazing it would be to visit Nellie and hear from my loved ones in heaven during such a precious time of my life. This lead me to text Aunt Donna, a friend of Nellie’s, and say “I know this is a long shot, but any chance Nellie is available to squeeze Travis and I in when we are home?” My Aunt Donna is my mom’s twin and was the one who connected us with Nellie years ago. She also who was our initial eye opener to all the signs my mom was sending to her twin and family. Aunt Donna responded saying “She is booked through 2019 but I can ask.” She texted Nellie and I went on with my day, realizing most likely it wouldn’t work out, especially with such a busy weekend and limited time being home.
That night I got a text from Aunt Donna. She said Nellie responded saying she was booked, but then two hours later her appointment for the Sunday we were going to be in PA got canceled and available. Nellie asked if we’d like the appointment. I was so excited and questioned my husband “Do you want to do this?” He smartly replied, “I think we have to.” We joked that we were being summoned.
We went home to PA and had a beautiful baby shower on Saturday. Sunday we drove to Aunt Donna’s to meet with her before we went to Nellie’s (since they live in the same neighborhood.) When we got to Aunt Donna’s we started talking going on three different tangents (poor Travis) ending with the topic of my grandfather, my mom’s dad. He passed away between my last visit with Nellie and now. We talked about how stubbornness and that he went through a lot in his life making him the way he was, a bit cold and unapproachable. We didn’t really have a relationship after my mom passed away, and Aunt Donna had very rocky times as well. Aunt Donna told us how she recently changed a poem written for him to have a more tone of “forgiveness.” Then we realized we were running late. Aunt Donna said “Wait I have your birthday present!” She had given me purple earring. I put them right in my ears because I loved them and my suitcase was stuffed!
Travis and I drove over to Nellie’s sitting in her back-porch room, it was so cozy, peaceful and calming. Nellie went through how she connects to our loved ones in heaven. She described it as “throwing out a family reunion invitation and whoever responds comes through.” She mentioned that she tastes, feels, hears through different songs, and see pictures of things that allow her to decode the messages that our loved ones will be sending. She began by looking at me and saying “you know your mother is here. She wants me to tell you thank you for wearing purple (my sweater, her signature color) and she said you just got something new adding to your outfit recently, is it your earrings?” Travis and I looked at each other in amazement, and so it began…
Nellie continued speaking for my mom, “She knows your pregnant, it’s a girl, and you are honoring her by giving the baby her name… but she said you tweaked it a little?” Our little girl’s middle name is Sue and my mother’s name is Suzanne. “She says you are as healthy as a horse, and to not worry about the baby’s size… she will be ___ lbs and __ ounces, with ___ eyes and ___ hair (Travis has big newborns in his family and we always joke about my ten pound baby to come…we will reveal this info if it ends up being accurate). “She is showing me the number 3” Our baby is due in March, March 1st.
Nellie continues to say “Your grandmother’s are here too” She said how my Grand mom Jean is here and she is tasting a bowl of vanilla ice cream… no wait chocolate.” (Aunt Donna reminded me that Grand mom Jean- my mom’s mom, loved black and white milkshakes.) “Your other Grand mom is here too. She died of cancer and I’m showing it not up here (pointing to neck) but here (pointing to her stomach).” (My Gammy died of stomach cancer.) “She says she admits that she gave up a little.” She died right after my grandfather. We all said she died of a broken heart and always thought her body just gave up because he was gone. “She said she was at home when she died and that your daddy is her boy.” My dad sang guitar for her and played old home movies while she was on hospice which was only for a day or two.
Nellie looked at Travis, “I’m getting Texas and a lot of food.” This made us both laugh. Travis is from Texas, as is his whole family, and they know how to cook. “Travis is your grandfather deceased? ” Travis’ father’s father. “He is sending me the song Moving on Up.” Travis got his promotion offer letter on Saturday, the day before. “He says you are the first of your generation to do something and he’s very proud of you.” Travis is the first to go to college on that side of his family. “You come from a long line of very smart men, but he says you’re the first to go after this and forge your own path and how proud everyone is of you.” “He says you look like your dad but you two are very different.” Travis and his father look so much alike, but like she said have very different personalities. “He says your father is a good man but has made big mistakes and he is sorry for that and wishes he could ‘kick his butt’.” It was truly amazing to me how spot on Nellie was in all of these relationships with people she has never met. Nellie mentioned that there were others there for him too, one being his Mamaw (his grandfather’s mother.) Nellie said “You have a great mom with a big heart and a strong person. She is a nurse, right? They say to look out for her, she can get caught in the cycle of things. He says she does what is right for her family but she cares too much experiencing stress.” Travis’ mother is the most caring person, and she IS a nurse and does try to look out for everyone even at the expensive of her own needs.
“Your grandfather says you have something of his… rosary beads? He doesn’t need you to use them religiously, but to know that when you hold them he is with you.” The only thing Travis owns of his grandfather is rosary beads that were given to him a few years ago.
Nellie looked back to me, “Your grandfather is here, your mom’s dad. He says you two were not very close and did not have a strong relationship. He says he was very stubborn and he wants to apologize.” This is the man we were just talking about in Aunt Donna’s kitchen and mentioning forgiveness. “He says he is sorry and he did love your grandmother too.” Then Nellie says “Your grandmother is pacing back and forth.” This made me laugh out loud. The two were divorced and my grandfather put my grandmother through alot but I was so appreciative of the apology and added humor of imagining my grandmother listening.
Nellie looked back to Travis, “Were you expecting someone else to come through?” Travis said yes. “He was someone you knew years ago, someone very young, not even 20 when he passed, I want to say 19.” Travis had a good friend from high school that was hit by a car and died at 19. Which I knew about and we immediately looked at each other with tears in our eyes.” Nellie continued “He died suddenly, was it a car crash, no he was hit. He was crossing the road and he says he thought he could make it because he was fast. He said he was fast, was he a long-distance runner?” Everything she said was accurate, he died running across a highway, and held a record at his high school for long distance track. “He is showing me he is not like you, he has different hair? He is pointing to his hair and saying he was different than you.” Travis laughed and said, “He was black.” Nellie says “He said he came to you in a dream. He didn’t say anything to you, and it was only once but that was him saying goodbye.” Travis explained to me later that shortly after his passing, he always thought that he might see his friend in a dream. He did have a dream once and, in the dream, Travis realized it was him and realized he was dreaming so he said “I’ve been looking for you” in the dream. His friend looked at him and said nothing and then he woke up. The dream was so vivid that he remembered it and his mom remembers him telling her about it too. Travis was so stunned that this was real, it really was him saying goodbye. Nellie said “I am hearing a crow, a big black crow. Does this make sense?” Travis said “There is a raven that sits outside my office window. My coworkers and I actually joke about it because it comes so often and looks in the windows at us.” Nellie said “That is your loved ones. She referred to his friend and his grandfather and said they just like to come by to watch you.” She told him “You have the gift of gab.” Travis is a training supervisor and talks most of the work day.
Nellie looked over at me. “Your mom said you live someone else now. You’re in Arizona. I see a lot of hustle and bustle and new buildings going up. Travis used to live in Tempe which has had a bunch of buildings go up in the last few years since we’ve been in AZ. We spent a lot of time in Tempe when we started dating. “She says when you stepped off the plane you felt so at home. She also says you two fell in love very fast, almost like you weren’t quite ready for him yet, but then you just knew. She says you know she sent him to you. She picked out Travis just for you.” “She is showing me that you have a good gig somewhere, it looks like a university, but she says it’s a good gig.” I laughed, I work in HR at an Aquarium in AZ. “She says you’re in business now, and she is happy you found something else you love and that you do love your work there.” I made a difficult decision to switch from teaching to HR and I do love my work.
“She says she was at the wedding. She says you honored her in some way, but it wasn’t just a memorial table, you wore something of hers.” My wedding ring was my mother’s ring. We used it as the ring to wed us. “She says there was a picture that was taken that wasn’t a professional one, but it shows a light coming through like an orb. She says that was her and she was there watching it all.” There is a picture one of our Arizona friends took on their phone and it was so beautiful, rays of light beaming from behind the tree right at the altar. “She also showing me something crocheted for you” Jeremy, Travis’ mom’s husband, gave us a crocheted blanket that his mother made for us with our last name on it as well as our wedding date. “Yes, Jeremy’s mom made us a wedding gift.” Nellie says “No she is saying this is something you didn’t get yet. But it is crocheted, and someone made it for you.” (Remember this!)
Nellie continued, “She says you were trying to have a baby but were surprised with how fast it happened.” Travis and I burst out laughing. Nellie says “Oh no! They see you just not like that don’t worry.” It was so crazy how emotional, but also comfortable and light this experience was. “Your mother says she will be there with you through it all. She says you have grey and white in your baby room, and a lot of elephants and stars on the ceiling.” Our baby room is white and grey, and we got a lot of elephant accessories from family. Travis also showed me we have very faint stars on the ceiling of our baby room from the previous renters.Amazing. “She is showing me yellow in there too.” Travis and I thought maybe this meant orange because we have an orange fox clock… we couldn’t think of anything yellow.

(Remember this!) “She said you are worried about space, but you will be fine. You have made your home a home and you need to still save a little for your house. She said take your time and to stop worrying about the next steps all the time and just enjoy your pregnancy. She keeps saying the word anxiety.” I call myself a “planner” but Travis calls me a “worrier”. I guess my mom took his side. Nellie said “She also says don’t be afraid to see the world. Travel and go to Alaska if you want to go to Alaska. You can still do those things don’t be afraid of doing it while pregnant or with kids. See the world.”
“Your mother says you do look like her though.” So funny my mother in law and husband and I were looking at baby pictures and I kept saying how much my sister looks like my mother, and brother looks like my dad, but I don’t look like either. “She said you have her eyes and cheek bones.”
Nellie asked, “Do you have any questions for anyone?” I said “we are so grateful to be here, what can we pass along to others who are not here? Any messages we should relay?” Nellie said “Well, your mother says Aunt Donna is always, always, always right.” This made me laugh out loud too. “Whatever she says is right and she is so proud of her writing. She said tell her to finish the book.” My Aunt Donna is a writer and has been working on a book of spiritual/faith poems. Nellie said, “I am seeing a W, Washington?” “Wisconsin” I said. Where my little brother lives. “She said she is proud of Billy and all he has done for himself. She is showing me a cradling motion.” He used to play lacrosse in high school, which she never saw. “She says your siblings are all over the map but to keep looking out for each other and to remain close.” Nellie continued, “She says your sister is also doing great. She is very proud of her. She has been going down a good path too and is very proud. She also says your dad is a great dad and she is happy to see him happy. She says Kerry is a good person and she respects her and you kids.” Nellie continued, “Your Grandmom Jean and your mom actually met the baby… baby McKenzie (Aunt Donna’s granddaughter). They say when McKenzie laughs it is because they are playing with her and tickling her toes.”
“Your mom says the last time you were here she liked your brown strappy sandals, but you have changed your footwear game recently.” It was unbelievable she brought up the same parts of our conversation last time. It was like we were picking up where we left off 5+ years later. I also laughed because in the last 2 years I recently finally became a heel wearer. “She said you need a pedicure though.” My feet were covered with my boots, but she was right, and I had actually said to Travis I wanted to get my toes done prior to the weekend at home… even though it is winter. In PA. “But now your mother is saying we need to finish so we can get you to the airport for your flight at 5:04.” Our flight that day was scheduled to leave at 5:05. And she was right we were cutting it close.
As we were leaving, Nellie stopped walking to the door and said, “I am tasting Vanilla Wafers, and pudding, is that banana pudding?” Travis started laughing “My Mamaw had the best Banana Pudding recipe and everyone tried but no one could make it like her.”
Travis and I left and immediately had to go to the airport to catch our flight. As we hit the long security line and barely were going to make it to the gate on time I said to Travis “Let’s get food.” He gave me a look of “we need to get going” and I said jokingly, “Relax we have the spirits on our side!” We got out food and our flight was delayed a perfect 30 minutes, just enough time to eat.
When we got back to Arizona we were blessed with having Shannon (Travis’ mom) and Jeremy there. We told them all our Nellie stories and when we mentioned “something crocheted” Jeremy’s jaw almost hit the floor. He said, “Open this present” and passed us a gift from under our Christmas tree. Inside was a crocheted blanket for our baby girl made by his mother, and it was in YELLOW.

“Thank you for helping me get in touch with my mother and father. It brought me so much joy and peace to know that my mother was happy with the decisions we made for her and getting her affirmation gives me so much comfort.

For so many years, I felt like she was gone and had left me, but I feel so happy to feel reconnected. I never imagined I’d be in touch with my father, but I am grateful for that contact as well. It’s so nice to know that they are looking after me, and I hope that the visit gave them the peace and joy that I felt.

Nellie, I felt so comfortable with you and with all of these tiny details that came up from the distant past and from just a few weeks ago. Even the smallest details that you mentioned fell into place when I got home and talked with members of my family. The picture that you mentioned that I couldn’t place was on the bookshelf in my living room and I noticed it immediately as soon as I got home.

I am so glad that you closed the gaping divide for me. I only wish that I would have recorded it because there was so much more than what was in my notes. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

May you continue to be blessed!”


My sister and I just had a session with Nellie. Thank you so much for putting me at ease. I feel so much better and have made some decisions to help with some closure since my husband’s death. It helped with sister with some closure since my mother and father’s passing to. Our session was wonderful.

Karen N.

“God blesses us all with gifts to serve one another. In His compassion, He has given Nellie a gift in connecting us with our loved ones who have died. When my sister, Sue died suddenly I knew she was in Heaven, but I wanted so much to “hear” from her. Nellie validated my sister’s presence by telling me things only my sister and I would know. I was amazed at what told me! Nellie then gave me messages from my sister that brought me such peace and joy it enabled me to work through my grief, knowing Sue was safe and sound and still a part of my life. Being a hospice nurse, Nellie is compassionate and patient with both the client and the Spirit that is coming through. She is truly a gift from God for someone who is grieving.”

Dona Teti

“God blesses us all with gifts to serve one another. In His compassion, He has given Nellie a gift in connecting us with our loved ones who have died. When my sister, Sue died suddenly I knew she was in Heaven, but I wanted so much to “hear” from her. Nellie validated my sister’s presence by telling me things only my sister and I would know. I was amazed at what told me! Nellie then gave me messages from my sister that brought me such peace and joy it enabled me to work through my grief, knowing Sue was safe and sound and still a part of my life. Being a hospice nurse, Nellie is compassionate and patient with both the client and the Spirit that is coming through. She is truly a gift from God for someone who is grieving.”

Dona Teti

“I just wanted to let you know how accurate and helpful your reading was for my family. I attended your ‘dinner with a medium’ at Catherine’s around the holiday, and although I was there with my mother who was looking to connect with her father, my grandfather-in-law was one of the last spirits to come through. I couldn’t give you much validation at the time since I only knew him for a few years, but I got home that night and wrote down everything I could remember that you said. I ran it by his wife the next day and was floored by how many details you gave that were spot on! You told me something about second floor plumbing not working (turns out her second floor toilet started leaking the week before) and you told me something about how they loved to dance and even quoted a song ‘save the last dance’ (turns out they met over and loved ice dancing at a rink in Philadelphia called ‘the last dance’!). I am a very spiritual and intuitive person so I never doubted the skills of a medium, however, I did often wonder if the cues a medium picked up on were actually telepathy coming off the person trying to contact a loved one…or if they were really from the loved one on the other side. Not only did your reading completely affirm for me the ability of spirit to speak through mediums, but also provided such hope, positivity and validation to his wife (my grandmother-in-law) who was really having a tough holiday without him. Thank you so much for the work you do!!!”

Michelle Terry

I had a session with myself and my son last Friday and I have to say it was more then I ever expected. I came in a little skeptical as I am sure most do. Things were said that only I knew or my son would know. Family came across that I didn’t expect and provided closure for so many things I was holding on to. My husband has been gone over a year and I have never truly grieved his loss until now, although I relived some things I haven’t faced in many years it is good to have this burden lifted. Nellie’s gift is truly amazing and I hope she continues to help people struggling with the loss of their loved ones.


“I must admit, I was nervous about seeing a Psychic Medium but Nellie’s warm, and caring way made me feel comfortable right away. She never probes, just simply relays messages family members who have gone before me. The comfort I felt after my reading brought me peace of mind. I felt so much lighter at the end of our session.”

Marlene Malloy

“My mom passed away nine years ago and it has been a very long journey for my younger brother, older sister, father and many others including my Aunt Donna, my mom’s twin. However we were blessed with many signs from my mom like seeing a purple balloon or a rainbow on special occasions or in moments of need, which gave us a little sense of comfort that she was still near to us. But until my experience this summer… Click Here To Read More

Kristen Helmig

“I met with Nellie today for my first session ever with a medium. I can’t write everything I’d like to, it would take up too many pages. I want to say I have a whole new respect for mediums and their gift. The messages that my loved ones gave were things that only they and I would know, Even how the messages came through were so true to the character of each individual loved one it was as if it was a happy reunion, I did in fact cry and laugh, yes my loved ones made me laugh and it felt Great. Nellie was great she made you feel comfortable she was very kind and honest. I received messages from my Mom that gave me reassurance and peace she even told Nellie what her favorite cookie was and the brand Lorna Doone. My Step Father announced that He was a Slovacian through and through which he was and how I’d shop for him at Shoprite because Acme was too expensive. Of course I’d over shop ! My Mom told Nellie about our dish towel disagreement because I always liked cotton towels. My loved ones sent a lot of messages that Nellie had no way of knowing about, She is the real deal , Anyone ever had doubts about mediums and their gift please don’t, go see Nellie. The rest of my Family listened to my recording of the session and they also cried and laughed, It felt so good for all of us to be able to laugh about things that happened in the past. It feels like I’ve had a huge weight lifted from me. I feel I finally have peace in my grieving and I know my loved ones are fine, watching over our Family .”

Patricia Fritz

Reading your testimonials, they’re all by women. I’m a guy and I’ve been to Nellie twice so far. There’s no doubt in my mind that she is for real. My wife & family came through with things no one else could possibly know. It’s a great feeling to know our loved ones are watching over us and waiting to greet us when it’s our time. I was a Marine & construction worker so this is for everyone, not just women. Thank you Nellie for sharing your gift with us.

Dear Nellie-

A brief email to thank you so very much for sharing your time and gift with Patty and me this past weekend.  It was more than we could have ever imagined, although we are both believers.  Your details were astonishing, and the music you heard could not have been more perfect.

You mentioned no regrets a few times-I have none, but learned that my Mom had some with regard to my Dad’s cancer treatment.

She now has such peace.

I also have to share that my Mom has pictures of my Dad around her kitchen window—3 on each side.  They have been there for probably 20 years.

We had our usual  family gathering Sunday, and my mom walked into her house after being out and saw all 3 pictures on the left hand side of the window sitting on the counter.  My brother in law checked all the nails-nothing looked out of the ordinary.  The pictures were all glass frames, they were all off the wall, and not one was broken.  I don’t know what it could be other than a sign from my Dad.  (my mom has an alarm system, so it was not done by someone coming into her house).

Again, thank you.  It was one of the most spectacular experiences of my life and we are truly grateful!  I have referred 2 friends to you already.



“Last week I went to my appointment not knowing what to expect . Nellie was referred to me with great reviews from others , but you just never know until you experience it for yourself.

I have to say Nellie did not disappoint me and she is truly gifted .I wasn’t there more then a few minutes when it was clear that Nellie had connected to my husband who recently passed and to my mother. As Nellie was speaking and telling me what my husband and mother were saying it was very clear there is a very thin veil between this life and the next, My husband began providing evidence to her by explaining that just that morning I put on his wedding ring, twirled it on my finger, then took it off and set it back on the shelf. That was the first time I have ever done this before. He then proceeded to tell her different things I do on a daily basis . He also mentioned X’s and O’s. Nellie questioned me about what he meant by this.I have to say I was totally overwhelmed by now. Whenever I had to go to the store, I always waited until he went to sleep. I would leave him a note just in case he woke before I returned. I would put a lot of X’s and O’s or hugs and kisses at the bottom of the note. This always made him smile and he would say to me “this week you gave me more hugs and kisses than you did last week”. I would reply “that’s because I love you more this week then last week. “When Nellie said this to me, I was totally amazed because this is something only we knew. It just confirmed how truly gifted Nellie is and there is no doubt in my mind she had connected to my husband.

My main concern about my husband who had been in hospice care for five months at home if he was in pain his last 24 hours, During our session my husband brought up that very subject and assured me he wasn’t in any pain. I now know our loved ones are never far from us.

Nellie’s gift has given me such closure, she is truly gifted. I am looking forward to going back again in the near future.
Thank you so much Nellie”

Shirley Coffey