Nu lecture set for April 20

Published 7:16 am Thursday, April 12, 2018

Friday, April 20, Hampden-Sydney College hosts Alan Nu as he challenges you to explore how we are all strangely connected through a mysterious energy, which he then demonstrates with amazing accuracy.

In his performance, Allan Nu looks at life with an unusual perspective. Nu performs demonstrations of ESP, mind reading, telekinesis, metal bending, and illusions.

Nu’s career as an entertainer has spanned more than three decades, with performances and appearances in many countries. Nu’s trademarked brand is “The Man Who Knows.” Nu has headlined multiple casinos and theatres all over the world.

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As a regular at Caesars Palace Las Vegas for four years, The Man Who Knows is at the top of his performance game.

Between January and May of 2014, Alain was an honored-guest headliner performing on Norwegian Cruise Line’s brand new Illusionarium theatre. In addition, he headlines annually at the International Spy Museum with his program, “The ESP in Espionage,” and he discusses the many of the unusual findings made by US Agency-funded experiments.

This lecture, free and open to the public, occurs on Friday, April 20 at 8 p.m. in Crawley Forum.