Rosemary Altea

Spiritual Healing Center

In 2001 Altea inherited a farm in Dorset, Vermont from Llewella Day, an elderly cancer victim. Ms. Day changed her will shortly before she died, thereby cutting her family out and leaving the $740,000 farm to Altea, with the desire it remain a working farm. Altea successfully fought Day's family's attempts to invalidate the will, and—against Ms. Day's wishes—demolished the farm house to make the farm into "a healing foundation".[1][2] The family argued in court that Altea used "undue influence to convince a dying woman to change her will".[3]

  1. "Psychic appeals court ruling". Rutland Herald. 10 September 2001.

  2. "Altea's website". Archived from the original on 18 June 2007. Retrieved 8 July 2007.

  3. "Rosemary Altea v. Mary Jane Osborne, Lynne August, and Rick and Geraldine Burnet". morelaw.com. 9 March 2003. Retrieved 7 July 2007.