Episode Seventy-Nine – On Project Barnum – Interview With Hayley Stevens

This week features an interview with Hayley Stevens. Project Barnum was born after news broke in September 2011 that self-proclaimed psychic, Sally Morgan, had been accused by audience members at one of her shows of being fed information.

Speculation, accusations and denials were thrown left, right and centre, yet there was one group of people caught in the cross fire – the audience who had parted with their money…

Project Barnum founder, Hayley Stevens, saw this and decided that something had to be done. There’s an update on Project Barnum here - The Petition Conclusion.

In addition, Hayley is presenting in October at the Edinburgh Skeptics, Bristol Skeptics and Westminster Skepticssee her site for details.

Project Barnum’s website is http://www.projectbarnum.co.uk – the official site for Hayley Stevens is http://hayleyisaghost.co.uk and she is a member of the Righteous Indignation podcast, at http://www.ripodcast.co.uk.

News items!

Melbourne SkeptiCamp – not long to go now! Saturday October 22nd, head to http://skepticampaustralia.org/

The Token Skeptic Blog – now on FreeThought Blogs, one of the most popular online Atheist blogging networks, started by Ed Brayton and PZ Myers. http://freethoughtblogs.com/tokenskeptic.

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  1. [...] I was interviewed, amoung other things, about Project Barnum by the lovely Kylie Sturgess who I had the pleasure to meet briefly at QEDcon in Manchester earlier this year. Kylie is the host [...]