Mind Reading, ESP & Psychic Experiments
Robert Channing takes over Kean University student’s minds
Robert Channing entered the mind of students at Kean University February 29, 2012 at 8:00 p.m. in the University Center's Little Theatre. Students braced themselves to have their minds blown away. " I'm excited to see what he is going to do this time, last year he was amazing, hopefully this year will be the same," says Lamar Johnson sophomore, physical therapy major.
Robert Channing performs acts of ESP, mind reading, hypnosis, and psychic experiments. Channing is nationally known and has performed on television shows hosted by such networks as ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and even QVC. His spectacular tricks, illusions, and sensory perception skills gained him an interactive and astounded audience that evening.
Throughout the performance, students were being mind-boggled! "He was literally in my mind, I can't believe he knew my future and where I wanted to visit for vacation," says Sara Polanco sophomore occupational therapy major. This was just one of the many tricks Channing had up his sleeve.
Fascinating his audience, the crowd begged for more! Channing managed to tell futures, foretell serial numbers on dollar bills, and predict four audience members dream vacations; and half of the time he was blindfolded! His shockingly correct predictions wowed the crowd -- keeping audience members on the edge of their seats. "I have no clue how he pulled that off, but I must admit it was crazy", says Stephanie Martino, junior biology major.
As the show came to an end, students could not help but to ask questions. Channing simply answered, "Most of this was all about sensory perception." He explained by demonstrating the loss of one sense heightens the rest of the senses. Students finding this hard to believe, just came to a conclusion that it was a natural born gift. "Overall it was an amazing performance. He proved to the audience that he was capable of entering our thoughts, without even looking at us. He was truly amazing and has an awesome gift," said Bria Jackson, sophomore athletic training major.
How many college students can say they have had their minds read? Kean University students can!
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