Hypnosis meets humor

Nov 13th, 2013 | By
| Category: 2013-11-14, Campus Events, Fall 2013, Features, Spotlight, Top Headlines


Written by: Cole Edwards


Students became the great and impossible last Monday – or so they thought.

The Campus Activities Board hosted the Comedy Hypnotist Show on Monday evening in the University Center theater.

The show was led by hypnotist Erick Kand who has been in practice for 12 years. Kand has hypnotized over 15,000 people over the course of 1,000 shows.

Volunteers were asked to do a variety of activities ranging from pretending to drive sports cars to taking on the characteristics of an exotic animal.

Kand described the sensation of being hypnotized as feeling “half awake, half asleep – like your average Saturday morning.”

Kand encouraged those who are interested in learning more to visit his website at hypnosisevents.com.


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