I have always been a skeptic about mind readers. Granted, until tonight, I have not seen a mind reader in person, so it I knew it would be an interesting experience.
Jermay is appearing at O'Sheas, which is next to Harrahs. It's a small theater, with seating for 170 people. 60 people were at our show, including many tourists(what a shock).
Jermay started out correctly guessing audience member birth signs and it just got better. He went on to birthdays and people's history and even their names and phone numbers. As a skeptic, we did have to fill out cards before hand with our birth dates and names on them. Was there a camera in the waiting room? Even if he had, he still could not have come up with some of the information.
He was very entertaining, though had a few F-bombs thrown in. Just as Jermay is a people watcher, so am I. This guy eye's were very intense and they could just cut you in half.
I never got called on, which is just as well as he probably would not have found much up there (just a joke people).
In the finale, he put up his own money, $10,000 and bet that he could predict human behavior. He won of course, but it was very impressive. You have to see it to believe it.
The weirdest part of the show, really wasn't part of the show. When another act was performing (next post) I smelled cigarette smoke in the theater, which I know wasn't allowed. I turned around and looked in the back and there was Jermay and when he saw me, he immediately turned around and went back stage. Was he scouting people or just taking a break?
The cost of a ticket is $53 and it is well worth it. Jermay is very entertaining and very good at his craft. He is not perfect, but very close. If you are a skeptic, like I am/was or a believer, Jermay is very entertaining and well worth the effort to see him. The action was fast paced, but not so fast paced that you didn't know what was going on. The show lasted about 70 minutes, but it didn't seem like it, because of the entertainment was so good.
Jermay's web address is: http://www.mrjermay.com/
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