The Truth about Uri Geller

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Prometheus Books, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 235 pages
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There is more to Uri Geller than his countless "miracles" - and James (The Amazing) Randi tells all in this fascinating examination of the Geller myth.

- What really makes Geller run?

- Why have scientists reported on all Geller's "successful" psychic
tests and ignored his many failures?

- Why will Uri perform almost anywhere, anytime, except in front
of professional magicians?

- Can Geller actually bend spoons, keys and nails with his "psychic"

- Why do people around the world continue to believe Geller has
magic powers, when his tricks have been exposed many times?

In an eye-opening exposť, Randi provides a devastating blow to Geller and the pseudoscience of parapsychology.

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Reviewed July 2002 Extremely interesting yet dated, Uri is all but forgotten to American culture. I'm sure this book was really controversial at the time, I wonder how much impact it had on Uri's ... Read full review

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Outstanding expose of Uri Geller. I first read the this book at 18, and it's been one of my favorites ever since.


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