Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Martial Arts Instructor Claims ‘X-Men’ Movie Might Not Be A Complete Fantasy

PAHRUMP, Nev. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – You might think the upcoming installment of the X-Men series is science fiction but it’s practically an autobiography for one martial arts instructor in Pahrump, Nevada.

Robert Duncan O’Finioan says he spent his youth as the member of an X-Men-like squad called “Project Talent,” which was a government-funded group that trained children with paranormal gifts.

As a result, O’Finioan claims he has cat-like reflexes and can teleport himself across rooms, knock someone over with his energy force and even walk through walls.

However, he only uses his powers in life or death situations.

O’Finioan claims he joined the group at age 6, when he was taken from his Kentucky home to practice paranormal skills alongside hundreds of other children, many of whom are still in hiding.

Sadly for O’Finioan, he says that many people will dismiss X-Men: The Last Stand as a fantasy but that the series has many elements of truth in it.

Says O’Finioan: “At the long end of it, the movies aren’t that far off from what really happened.”

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