Uri Geller and Whitley Strieber share many colleagues and friends and have deep knowledge of one another's experiences. In this mind-bender of an interview, Whitley asks Uri questions that others simply don't have the knowledge to ask.
As Whitley shares friendship with the scientists who studied Uri at the Stanford Research Institute, he doesn't come to the interview with the usual basic questions. He knows that Uri is no clever stage magician, but, in fact, possesses some of the strangest powers ever observed in a human being.
In addition, a few days after the interview was concluded, Anne Strieber had a classic 'Uri' experience, which she describes in her current diary
Uri's website is UriGeller.com
. You can get his free newsletter on it, his free "Little Book of Mind Power" and watch the "Secret Life of Uri Geller," also for free.
The book "the Secret Life of Uri Geller" by Jonathan Margolis is available on Amazon.com
. Jonathan Margolis is a regular writer for the Observer, the Guardian, the Daily Mail and a contributing editor for the Financial Times Magazine. The book tells the amazing Uri Geller story in a frank and unbiased manner.
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