presented by Michael Blanford, Director of Educational Programs, JREF
How do you tell the best place to dig a well?
Or locate utility pipes under the pavement?
Or even detect hidden explosives?
For hundreds of years, rural water witches and their urban counterparts have used pendulums and dowsing rods to seek knowledge, resources, and treasure. What are they doing and why does it sometimes seem to work?
Event Date: Sunday, September 25, 2011
Time: 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
University of Maryland, College Park Campus
Stamp Student Union, Jiménez Room
(on the right of the intersection between Campus Dr. and Union Ln.)
Provided: All materials, tools, handouts, light refreshments
Fee: Free for JREF members, NCAS members, SOI members, and students (with i.d.) ▬ $10 for everyone else
Early registration strongly encouraged
For more information, call the 24-hour NCAS
Skeptic Line recording at 301-587-3827
Society of Inquiry at UMD,
James Randi Educational Foundation,
National Capital Area Skeptics