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Derek Ogilvie

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Derek Ogilvie and James Randi
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Parapsychology
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Men who stare at goats
By the powers of tinfoil

Derek Ogilvie is a UK medium who takes cold reading one step further by claiming to read the minds of babies and children, who are usually too young to pipe up and debunk the words he is putting into their mouths. Derek managed to fail not only the JREF Million Dollar Prize, but also a test at Goldsmiths College, University of London,[1][2] and yet still seems to believe he has psychic powers.

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