‘Kourt & Kim Take NY’: Kim Uses Medium John Edward to Contact Her Father

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The spiritual world met the very material world on last night’s “Kourtney & Kim Take NY,” when Kim decided to reach out to medium John Edward in hopes of re-connecting with her late father Robert Kardashian, who died in 2003.

By chance the session ended up being scheduled on the anniversary of his death, and although Kourt—not to mention religious hubby Kris—was totally against the idea, Kourt decided at the last minute to support Kim and attend the session.

When John arrived, he immediately divulged into the sisters’ personal details, claiming they were coming from their father who also was possibly accompanied by O.J. Simpson‘s deceased daughter who died in a drowning incident in 1979.

Among the more interesting messages John alleged he was receiving from the spirits was that “Robert” was proud of what Momager Kris has built for their family and that she shouldn’t be blamed for their divorce. (It was this moment that ultimately made stoic Kourt well up.)

Apparently, the spirits also predicted an impending pregnancy—twins (or perhaps the sign of Gemini)—was on the way, most likely through Khloé.

But when John mentioned that their “father” brought up divorce in another context, which Kim interpreted was in relation to her first husband Damon Thomas, it hit home for her. According to John, “Robert” wanted to tell Kim that as long as she had learned her lessons from her first divorce, then things would be okay…unfortunately, things were definitely not okay…like all 6 feet 9 inches of it, if you know what we mean.

When John finally finished the session and skedaddled, Kim burst into tears, admitting to Kourt that she sure as heck didn’t learn her lesson.

“I feel like I can’t do this with Kris,” she sobbed. “I don’t want to be married anymore!”

Forget the medium, Kimmie—where’s the marriage therapist?!

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