Famous Canadian Psychic To Attempt To Contact Houdini At The Houdini Museum In Scranton At A Celebrity Gathering On August 22 To August 25

Scranton, PA (PressExposure) September 03, 2008 -- Kim Dennis says that Houdini communicates with her and asked for a meeting with Mr. Blood. Jeff Blood has invited her to meet with him along with other members of his family at the Houdini Museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania, as he has some questions he would like Ms. Dennis to ask Houdini.

Also invited to attend the event that will take place at 7 PM will be Dorothy Dietrich, well known magician and curator of the museum; Dick Brooks internationally known paranormalist; Richard Bangs, former President of the Society of American Magicians in New York and others. The press is also invited as well to attend.

Kim has agreed to ask Houdini several questions to prove contact, at the start of the reading. Mr Blood has asked several participants to supply questions that only Houdini would know the answer to.

Kim Dennis starred in her own television series "Antiques Psychic" three years on Canadian Learning Television (CLT) and the Access Network, and is well known throughout Canada.

Ms. Dietrich has starred in a Home Box Office Special with Tony Curtis who played Houdini in the movie about his life. She has done many television appearances including Ripley's Believe It or Not, a Bill Cosby Special, Exploring The Unknown, and Biography Channel's Dead Famous, TV Land's 100 Myths & Legends, Travel Channel's Magic Road Trip and many others. Houdini's wife Bess attempted to contact Houdini for ten years after his death, and then passed on the responsibility to Walter B. Gibson, Houdini biographer and writer of the famous Shadow series on radio that became a TV show and movie starring Alec Baldwin. Mr. Gibson then passed it on to Dorothy Dietrich before he died. Houdini has never been successfully been contacted.

Mr. Brooks is currently starring in a presentation about the paranormal at the Houdini Museum's Theater entitled, "Haunted! Mind Mysteries & THE Beyond."

Contact Penny Wilkes at the Houdini Museum, (570) 342-5555 Press Release submission By PressReleasePoint

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Penny Wilkes
Houdini Museum
1433 N. Main Ave
Scranton, PA 18508
570 42-5555

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