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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > May/Jun 17 > Still ‘Amazing’: A Conversation with James Randi

Still ‘Amazing’: A Conversation with James Randi

Part 2

Part 2: The famous conjuror, investigator, and author—and founding fellow of CSICOP—sat down with Skeptical inquirer Editor Kendrick Frazier at CSICon Las Vegas 2016 for a live, ninety-minute onstage conversation. Here are excerpts.

Which of all of your books is your favorite and which is most successful?

Flim-Flam! was probably the most successful. Yes, with an exclamation point, please, and a hyphen. It’s very important. Yes, Flim-Flam! really is the most general book on my investigations of the paranormal and the supernatural claims that are still infesting our society today. It sold very, very well. And The Faith Healers was a great success for me too.

Tell us about your book that is completed, I understand, but not yet published, A Magician in the Laboratory. What is that about?

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