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Further Confessions of a Psychic: The Secret Notebooks of Uriah Fuller

Fuller, Uriah (Pseudonym)

 In the introduction, the publisher, Karl Fulves, attempts to give insight into the mentality of the psychic, which he characterizes as criminal. He holds that "the true professional will resort to blackmail, extortion, tapped telephones, tampering with the mails, and so on if he knows he will see you on a regular basis and intends to extort money from you . . . The psychic is a street-wise criminal" (p. 18). "Fuller" describes new secret methods of bending keys, duplicating drawings, macro-PK with nylon thread, fixing broken watches, correctly guessing ESP cards and miscellaneous tricks, such as eyeless vision, stopping an escalator, and moving compass needles.
Publisher Information:Teaneck, NJ: Karl Fulves, 1980. 70p. 11 figures
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