Bend It Like Geller by Ben Harris
A captivating exploration of how the art of mentalism changed forever in November 1973 when a young Israeli man named Uri Geller seemingly bent a spoon with his mind on national television. Examining the history of metal bending and its various techniques, you'll uncover what makes it so powerful and why everyone should be bending metal bending in their act.
Throughout the 230 pages of "Bend it Like Geller", you'll learn the original techniques used by Uri and other mentalists in the 70s, as well as new methods for bending forks, spooks, coins, and keys. Ben also welcomes an all-star cast of mentalists including David Berglas, Richard Osterlind, Peter Turner, Alain Nu, and others to discuss Uri Geller's presentations and ways to make our own spoon-bending better.