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Tony Iacoviello
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Inspired by the thought process in another thread, what questions would you ask of the world's most well know investigator of the Paranormal.

This individual has been investigating since September 1969 and has more TV airtime than any other in the field.

25 cases between 1969 and 1970, 8 more between 190-1971, which spurred on 11 TV series for this investigator, and he has been the subject of 27 films and TV specials. He is still on TV today both in syndication and with new investigations; a new movie is also in the works based on his work.

What questions would you have for this expert in the field?

Tony
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What was your most frightening experience?


One more?


What was your most profound experience?
Tony Iacoviello
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Graet:

I just joined his Facebook page; when we have a list, I can post the questions and possibly get some answers.


Tony
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Q1,Can you honestly say ,hand on heart ,that you have ever experienced anything that cannot be explained by anything other the paranormal /paranormal activity?
Q2. Have you ever witnessed anything that has confirmed a belief in God or the Devil?
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After Mark's first question I'd ask (if the answer was yes):

"How can you be absolutely sure that that what you witnessed was not achieved by a clandestine method unknown to you that does not depend on paranormal abilities?"

I mean to this day I don't know how Jim Steinmeyer's "Origami" works, nor do I want to know, but of one thing I'm certain: It can be performed by any reasonably proficient professional magician with sufficient rehearsal. No paranormal powers required.

(BTW, Steinmeyer is not only a great illusion designer, he's an excellent writer. Every magician and mentalist should enjoy all of his books on the history of magic. Put a couple on your Xmas list.)
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How (if at all) has your work changed you and the way you view the world?
"Love is the magician who pulls man out of his own hat" - Ben Hecht

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If any paranormal phenomena is validated it will no longer be paranorma, but science -- so, you will be out of work. Isn't it possible that you are biased against declaring a phenomena as "proved?"
"the more one pretends at magic, the more awe and wonder will be found in real life." Arnold Furst



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Tony Iacoviello
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I'm going to wait until Friday, then compile the questions and post them on the Facebook page.

Tony
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