Monday, July 29, 2013

Teens Can Travel Into the Macabre, Mystical & Miraculously True at the Library

Pseudo-psychometry? Mystic mentalism? Bizarre storytelling?

How about plain old creepy fun?

Jim Kleefeld is visiting the Mentor Public Library Tuesday afternoon to share Tales from the Beyond, and his program consists of everything but the mundane

Teens who come to the show will see strange artifacts, learn about mentalist powers and hear unbelievable but true stories.

His audience will learn about a Louisiana voodoo doll from the 1920s and its victim. They may even feel the pins in their hands.

They'll use portrait photographs to determine who survived the Titanic's crash and who went down with the ship.

Letters from the Lizzie Borden murder, shrunken heads from Ecuador -- Kleefeld has prepared a macabre cavalcade that will stimulate your minds (and possibly chill your spines.)

And there's a seat waiting for you...

Like all programs at the Mentor Public Library, Tales from Beyond is free to attend. However, we ask that you register beforehand on our web site or by calling (440) 255-8811 ext. 247.

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