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Published on Oct 24, 2011
James Van Praagh has made himself rich by claiming he talks to the dead on daytime TV and at pricey ticketed seances—but he wouldn't talk at all when 'the dead' actually turned up at his $100-a-head seminar to ask why he won't prove his psychic powers.
The James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) brought a small horde of costumed 'zombies,' carrying signs reading "Van Praaaaaaagh" and "talk to us, we won't bite." The zombies shambled up to the building where Van Praagh's "Spirit Circle" was set to begin, and asked to speak with him. Led by JREF President D.J. Grothe, the groups asks why Van Praagh is dodging questions about whether he'll accept the Foundation's million-dollar challenge to prove his claimed abilities. Apparently, Van Praagh won't even talk to dead people about the JREF's challenge.