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  • CrazyDiamond
    +3

    Almost everyone is really good at reading body language, but it usually stays in our unconscious mind. I'm thinking she was noticing him turning over to the other guy and speaking through him, as if he had an audience.

    • pixelboot
      +1

      Oh that's a good point, I didn't think of that. I'm very skeptical of psychics as a whole, but also can be very gullible at times too. I've never seen a psychic, but I think if I had the opportunity to, I would take it. Just for the entertainment value in it, because I like being excited by things like this. I want it to be real so badly, even though I know it's impossible. It's fun to pretend and think about.

      I kind of think it's more so people with similar attitudes that are fueling the psychic industry, and hopefully it's not so much people that actually put weight in to the things they are told. Kind of like going to a "haunted house" at Halloween - you know that zombies and ghosts aren't real, but it's still kind of spooky and fun to pretend while you're there.