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Confessions of a Psychic: The Secret Notebooks of Uriah Fuller

Fuller, Uriah (Pseudonym)

 In a publisher's note, Karl Fulves says "The present manuscript has been made available to protect the reader from the tempting bait of the fraudulent psychic. While the methods used by hustlers in this field vary in details, the concepts explained in the following pages outline basic approaches used to capitalize on human frailty and weakness. ESP may or may not exist, but fraudulent psychics do, and this manuscript may make it more difficult for them to ply their trade in the future" (p. 8). Uri Geller was the impetus for this book, and after a chapter of general observations, the author describes how to fake Geller-type phenomena such as bending forks, spoons, and keys, starting broken watches, tin-can divination, duplicating drawings, and several others as well.
Publisher Information:Teaneck, NJ: Karl Fulves, 1975. 41p
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