Last Thursday evening, October 28, 2010, at the end of a public concert Kreskin presented at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center in Enid, Oklahoma, he climaxed his show with a séance. Some 24 people sat around 6 tables that were spread not on stage, but in the audience of the Expo Center. Hands were joined, and everyone waited as Kreskin intended to create a dramatic activity that would result in tables moving, wandering, and jumping all over the floors, with the participants trying to hold them in place. Nothing happened. There was “dead” quiet. But it didn’t end there. A few minutes later, subjects on stage jumped up, found their way into the audience, and started to “see” ghosts and strange beings moving around the audience. One lady became so frightened she raced to the rear of the setting, wrapping herself around a drape to hide herself from the beings. But what took on an uncanny, almost zombie-like effect, was a number of the participants who came down from the stage into the audience and saw one of their fellow members, a beautiful woman, looking ghastly to the point of frighteningly terrifying. One man, who would not approach her within 10 feet, described strange forms coming out of her eyes, ears, and her mouth. Ironically enough, Kreskin was told it was Scott Clark, a popular radio broadcaster in the area. The “haunting” of these strange beings went on for almost 10 terrifying minutes before the air was cleared and everybody, especially the participants, breathed a sigh of relief.