Hypnotist to return to FSU

BIG RAPIDS – Students are in for a hypnotic treat. At 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 4, Hypnotist Tom DeLuca will return to Ferris State University to entertain students in Williams Auditorium.

The event is free and open to the public.

“Watching people make fools out of themselves on a stage is one of the purest forms of entertainment,” said Evan Pazkowski, president of student organization Entertainment Unlimited. “Tom achieves this level while keeping it shocking, but classy. Tom always tells us that it’s the students that star in the show, he’s just there to bring out the bright side in everyone.”

DeLuca has entertained at FSU for the past 30 years. He often chooses about 20 students to go under hypnosis. Students then become susceptible to their imagination.

“One of the crowd favorites is when he gives a hypnotized student fruit and convinces them that the fruit is alive and friendly,” Pazkowski said. “Most students end up eating their new apple-friend.”

Jordan House, a public relations major from Greenville, is looking forward to DeLuca’s return to campus.

“It’s a good experience on campus for new students,” she said. “It allows you to meet more people and see a different side of some of the people being hypnotized.”

To watch videos of DeLuca performing and to learn more about him, visit tomdeluca.com.

Ferris News Service contributed this release.

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