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Mind reader Robert Channing performs at UMPI

Experience the incredible power of the human mind when psychic entertainer Robert Channing takes the stage at the University of Maine at Presque Isle on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium of Wieden Hall. The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Channing is a one-of-a-kind performer who consistently leaves his audience in shock with his revelations. His performances are not staged and he insists he really is a one-man show: if a person thinks that Channing has been assisted in any way, he will give them a $100,000 reward.

Channing has been presenting ESP, hypnotism, and mind reading performances for years. No matter what thought audience members pick, he has an uncanny ability to tell you what it is: social security numbers, special dates, or even the exact amount of money in someone’s pocket. He does all this and more while maintaining a level of professionalism and sensitivity to the privacy of his audience.

Channing has been featured on network television—NBC, ABC, CBS, and Fox—and in shows across the country. He was named a college/university “Campus Entertainer of the Year 2009” as well as being nominated “Event Solutions” Corporate Meetings & Events Entertainer of the Year. He is one of the official entertainers for the United Nations “From Hunger to Hope” alongside ambassadors former President Bill Clinton and Mariah Carey.

For more information about this show, contact Violet Washburn at violet.washburn@maine.edu or 207-768-9582.