A shocking exposé of the state of stage hypnosis in Britain.
Andrew Newton has spent 40 years studying stage hypnosis… and stage hypnotists!
The 1952 Hypnotism Act and the current licensing system is no longer fit for purpose. Most hypnotists are incompetent, have no idea what to do when things start to go wrong, and some are downright dangerous.
New evidence shows that being hypnotised on stage played a significant part in the death of Sharron Tabarn and why we now need a drastic change in the law.
The book explores some solutions, but solutions that will not necessarily be welcomed by the majority of stage hypnotists…