HOCKESSIN, DE (PRWEB) August 1, 2006
Psychic Alexander, riding a bicycle blindfolded, was one of several contestants participating in the “What Would You Do for A Harley” stunt contest, sponsored by Barbara’s Harley Davidson Store in Philadelphia and WIP Radio, also in Philadelphia.
The best stunt, a man who balanced a 24-foot extension ladder on his nose, was awarded a brand new Harley Davidson motorcycle valued at over $15,000. Photo and story details can be found at WIP 610’s website.
“I couldn’t resist the opportunity,” said Alexander from his home in Hockessin, Delaware. "In 1960, I drove a Mercedes out of a showroom in Panama City, Panama, while in the service. So I felt very comfortable performing this stunt. I had wanted to drive the Harley but the station’s lawyers rejected that idea, so I choose a bicycle instead. The chance to win a Harley was also very appealing. If I won, I informed the Sunshine Foundation in Philadelphia that I would donate the Harley to them.” The Sunshine Foundation grants wishes to children with serious and life-threatening illnesses.
Alexander credits his heightened intuition and ESP for his ability to even consider the stunt. Alexander normally performs as a psychic entertainer at corporate events, nightclubs and psychic parties, throughout the world.
“As a teenager, I began to realize that I was able to foresee certain events in the future”, said Alexander. "In my later years, I recognized that there was an opportunity to perform for money after seeing people like Kreskin and Dunninger, the premier psychic entertainers of the late 20th Century. I had the opportunity of studying with Dunninger before he passed away.”’
Alexander used what he refers to as “Second Sight”. to complete the stunt. He walked around the bar and the building to familiarize himself with the environment and then depended on his memory and psychic powers to complete the blindfold stunt. Although he got off to a wobbly start, Alexander rode the bike through spectators and camera equipment without coming in contact with anyone or anything, to the delight of the audience, judges and members of the WIP team.
Prior to the bike ride, Alexander performed an amazing demonstration of mind control.
He placed six sets of keys in six different cups. All of the keys were identical except one that would start the Harley.
A spectator was selected at random from the audience and asked to select any one of the keys. Without anything other than mind control, Alexander was able to influence the spectator to select the right key. John Morgante of WIP attempted to start the bike with the other 5 keys but was unsuccessful.
For, more information contact Alexander at 302 234-2874.