|Posted by Vladimir Mortsgna on October 25, 2016 at 10:00 PM|
So Shrine and his team set up this trap, though we have to dicker about how much time to give people to respond. We settle on a week though I think that doesn’t give people a lot of time to make arrangements. Shrine wants it even quicker in case this angle doesn’t work, and he has to start from scratch. It is really a constant and bitter trial working with skeptics.
The information session is set for seven at night in a town hall just outside the city line. The police ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Vladimir Mortsgna on October 19, 2016 at 10:35 PM|
I think over this 80 to 90% success rate in picking psychic jars, a rate that has been attributed to former Soviet psychic scientist Dmitri Dnieprovsky, who has recently been murdered while bearing the false name of Elvis Ten Moose. “Out of how many jars?”
“Just two. We started with three, five, ten. But then we concentrated on two. You figure out the math anyway. 8 out of 10 with two alternatives – less than 5% chance of getting by just guessing.” ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Vladimir Mortsgna on October 16, 2016 at 8:20 PM|
We're starting another serialization today. "The Second Mrs Trummelthau" was a bit more of a horror story, so this one is more of a traditional mystery. Perhaps not all that traditional. It was originally written, a little while ago (you will notice some references to characters recently moving in from the old Soviet Union) to be part of a ten-part series detailing the uneasy relationship between con man Emiliano Padovano and police detective Geaddise Shrine, who knows enoug...Read Full Post »