People who believe they can foretell the future, including their own deaths
Claims of reincarnation, of contact with the dead, and the sighting of ghosts
The use of dowsing rods to locate water, oil and metals deep within the ground
Telepathic communication and psychokinesis Are these powers real or imaginary..?
In Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers the writer, scientist and inventor examines apparent instances of supernatural powers that have long intrigued us. Originally screened in 1985 and including interviews with Uri Geller, James Randi and Titanic survivor Eva Hart, this fascinating thirteen-part series is an ideal companion to 1980's Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World, and remains essential viewing for anyone with an interest in unexplained phenomena.
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