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  Stanislawa Tomczyk Telekinesis

Stanislawa Tomczyk Telekinesis
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Uploader comment: This is a picture of stanislawa tomczyk, taken in 1913, it shows her floating a pair of scissors in midair. Her hands were examined and washed before each seance, and nothing was found to explain how she did it.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by malleus on 24 September, 2004, 1:31
Now thats cool,wish I could do it...
Comment icon #9 Posted by tamathea on 30 September, 2004, 15:10
Yep, me wants that too. You could unbutton shirts and perve from across the room.
Comment icon #8 Posted by da_mcvinster on 2 December, 2004, 4:04
Could be similar to a woman I saw on TV, shw could stick spoons to her chest becuase she had an abnormally high magnetic force in her body or something.
Comment icon #7 Posted by nofxfan85 on 15 January, 2005, 18:11
everyone can do that kind of stuff...you just need to develope your mind to be able to
Comment icon #6 Posted by fetch farley on 19 February, 2005, 1:29
A simple trick using thin plastic thread and a bit of sleight-of-hand. You can buy it at any magic store (usually, cards are "floated" but it's very strong, could easily support scissors, etc.
Comment icon #5 Posted by rane on 8 March, 2005, 15:14
thats "cool", but not as cool as psychokinesis is....the rearranging of solid objects composure, and causing things to burst into flames, or morph them without a touch
Comment icon #4 Posted by sourpatchkid on 25 March, 2005, 10:20
"Could be similar to a woman I saw on TV, shw could stick spoons to her chest becuase she had an abnormally high magnetic force in her body or something" I saw the same thing about a boy in Thailand, his body could hold like 27 metal spoons at a time it was crazy!!! That may be the explanation to it!!!
Comment icon #3 Posted by ignis_fatuus on 25 July, 2005, 23:40
Farley, you're right, she was proven to have used thin string.
Comment icon #2 Posted by after_life_solja on 8 September, 2005, 2:21
i heard this woman was fake too im not just sayin that i usually would believe it if i dint hear about the lil bits of string
Comment icon #1 Posted by jeremy ratzlaff on 21 June, 2006, 21:46
Wanna know what that is? That's the devil at work! That lady had better get right with the Lord!


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