PSYCHIC ENTERTAINMENT NIGHT AT HCH INSTITUTE
Professor Paranormal’s Psychic Mind Theater , Friday night, August 23rd at 8:30PM
Note: NHK TV, Japan, is slated to come shoot the performance. Audience members may end up on Japanese TV — though there will be an area for people to sit where they will not be taped (or only taped from behind).
$30 in advance / $35 at the door (see below for reservation info)
Professor Paranormal — who, in his other identity is not so mild-mannered parapsychologist, ghost hunter and author Loyd Auerbach — is a mentalist sharing the humorous and mysterious side of what looks to be psychic feats of mindreading, prediction, and more.
In the demonstrations, he’ll “read” the faces and voices of audience members to determine thought of items and whether individuals are telling the truth or bluffing. He’ll predict a tabloid-type headline moments before an audience member randomly creates it. He’ll draw what participants draw and see what they see though what they’re doing is hidden from him – and more!
And don’t miss his mutant psychic pet!
This purely entertaining performance will be in the intimate living-room setting of HCH Institute, and is limited to 25 people attending. You’ll be jaw-dropping amazed (and laughing most of the time).
Loyd Auerbach, Professor Paranormal, straddles both sides of the psychic fence. As a psychic entertainer, he’s performed mentalism for over 20 years, including a show called “Seance Fiction Theater.” As a parapsychologist, he’s known all over the world as an expert on psychic phenomena — especially ghosts and hauntings. He teaches parapsychology courses both in Lafayette at HCH Institute and for Atlantic University, is on the faculty of JFK University, is the author of 8 books on the paranormal, and is a member of the Board of the Rhine Research Center. He is also on the advisory boards of the Forever Family Foundation (and 2013-2014 President) and the Windbridge Institute, both of which support (and conduct) scientific research on spirit mediumship.
Prepaid Reservations/tickets are available at HCH Institute (925-283-3941) and from Loyd Auerbach (925-518-4071; firstname.lastname@example.org)
HCH Institute is at 3702 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Lafayette, CA
Directions are available on the HCH website.