Monday, August 1, 2005

Clairvoyant Comedian Tries To Show Superstitions Are ‘Super- Stupid’

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Friday the 13th is bad luck for most people but Saturday, Aug. 13 should be lucky for one clairvoyant comedian.

His name is Rob Sevin and he will spend the day proving that seven of the best known superstitions are “super- stupid” as part of a new show, The Clairvoyant Chronicles: Dreams, Omens and Superstitions, at the District of Columbia Arts Center in Washington.

Sevin will step on cracks, spill salt, open umbrellas indoors and break mirrors during his performance, in hopes of demonstrating that these activities aren’t really unlucky.

He will also tempt fate at the end of the one-man show by playing a game of Russian Roulette with three beakers of water and one beaker of hydrochloric acid.

Although he’s done the death-defying stunt a couple of times before, Sevin says he’s never “cursed” himself beforehand.

Consequently, Sevin’s “a little worried,” but says his wife doesn’t mind, adding, “That’s what a $5 million life insurance policy will do.”

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