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Spooky A S

Each week, host Eric Dwinnells chats with a different guest cohost about the unexplained, paranormal, mysterious, occult...anything that could be described as spooky! Some topics are heavy, some are light, but all are spooky.
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Dec 4, 2017

Eric Dwinnells is back to do one of his favorite things: Expose the simple tricks used by psychics (or mediums, clairvoyants, channelers or whatever the hell else they might all themselves. Specifically, we're going to look at some Psychic Fails! What happens psychics get it dead wrong?

It sure is fun to look at their mistakes. Like the psychic who couldn't tell someone had died in 9/11, or the psychic who claimed a picture she was shown was a murdered child when it was actually a old picture of the person standing right in front of her. But that's not all we're going to do. We are going to look at their techniques including cold reading, hot reading, and fishing. Of course, it's possible Eric is wrong. Maybe these psychics really are getting their (often incorrect or incomplete) information from disembodied spirits...but one seems more like than the other.

Although these techniques could be used by any psychic act, tonight we're going to focus on Sylvia Browne, James Van Praagh, The Hollywood Medium Tyler Henry and The Long Island Medium, Theresa Caputo.  And we're not just talking about there supposed abilities; Eric will also review them based on their performance and presentation. Show folk adjudicating show folk!

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