The Cleveland Experiment [electronic resource] / by Adrin Neatrour.
- Other Title:
- Academic Video Online.
- Paris, Ile-de-France : 10 Francs, 2001.
1 online resource (48 min.)
- Body piercing -- Middle East.
Spiritual healing -- Sufism.
- Documentary films.
- In English.
- The Cleveland Experiment tells how psychologist Dr Howard Hall, travels from Ohio to Baghdad to visit a School of Sufis. His mission is to assess the Sufi's claim to possess a paranormal ability to heal the wounds inflicted on themselves during their religious ceremonies. Impressed by the authenticity of what he has seen, Dr Hall invites a Sufi to visit Cleveland, to see if he can replicate the piercing practice away from the Middle East in the sterile environment of an American hospital within a scientific medical framework. The Cleveland Experiment examines film from Baghdad, Syria and Cleveland and invites a number of experts from a variety of disciplines to comment on Dr Hall's conclusions that there might be a paranormal effect at work in the Sufi ritual.
- Don, Norman S. , Speaker
Hall, Howard R. , Speaker
Joseph, Cathy. , Speaker
Mulacz, Peter, 1945- , Speaker
Neatrour, Adrin. , Producer
Robbins, Frederick C., 1916-2003. , Speaker
Russell, Dan. , Narrator
Thompson, John W. (John Warburton) , Speaker
Alexander Street Press.
- Access Restriction:
- Restricted for use by site license.
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