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    Tori Spelling Channels Farrah Fawcett's Spirit

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    Of all people, Farrah Fawcett chose Tori Spelling? Tori Spelling?!

    That's according to the Tori & Dean star, who's opening up about a ghostly encounter with the late Charlie's Angel that prompted her to write a letter to Fawcett's former partner, actor Ryan O'Neal.

    In an interview with Out Magazine to plug her new book, Uncharted TerriTori, Spelling spoke about a telephone reading she had with renowned TV psychic John Edward.

    "It was pretty surreal. He offered to do a reading with me and I was hoping I would talk to my dad [Aaron Spelling]," said the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum. "I'd lost a best friend a long time ago and I was hoping he would come through. And then, all of a sudden, [he said] 'Farrah Fawcett's coming through.'"

    Tori and Farrah, as it turns out, were next-door neighbors so it's not as much of a stretch as you might think.

    "She basically wanted me to give a message to [Fawcett's son] Redmond and to her family and she was doing these very specific call outs for things that they would understand," Spelling added. "In the book, I don't solve it. I can't believe she came through to me—the most nonconfrontational person in the world. What am I supposed to do with this information?"

    Indeed, what would Donna Martin do?

    "Since the book has been out, I've actually written a letter to Ryan O'Neal and explained to him in the letter everything that happened," she noted. "I said, 'if none of this makes sense, please don't think I'm crazy, this literally happened. I'm just passing on information but it was pretty bizarre at the time.'"

    No comment from O'Neal so far. Fawcett died a year ago today from anal cancer.

    We hear a new show in the offing: Tori & Dean: From Hollywood to PurgaTori.

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