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Fake Psychic

Fake Psychic

Vicky Baker investigates the stranger-than-fiction story of Lamar Keene, a renowned psychic who confessed to being part of an underground network he called the "psychic mafia"

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6. Afterlife

If you wanted to speak with the dead in 1960s America, there was one man who was ready to help. For more than a decade, Lamar Keene was at the top of his game, becoming known as the Prince of Spiritualists. Then, quite suddenly, he turned his back on it all. Lamar Keene went public and revealed his whole operation had been one big con. He not only implicated himself but claimed that he had been part of an underground network, which had conspired to defraud the unsuspecting public. He called it the ?psychic mafia?, and said that his confession made him a marked man. In a series that mixes documentary with drama, Vicky Baker (Fake Heiress) takes a deep dive into Lamar Keene?s stranger-than-fiction life story. Episode 6 Cast: Lamar . . . . . Edward Hogg Lona . . . . . Jasmine Hyde Florence . . . . . Barbara Barnes Ruthie . . . . . Tillie Murray Stranger . . . . . Shaun Mason Cop . . . . . Nathan Osgood Reporter . . . . . Neil McCaul Zoologist . . . . . Christine Kavanagh Written and reported by Vicky Baker Drama written by Nick Perry Sound design by Peter Ringrose Produced by Sasha Yevtushenko A BBC Audio production for BBC Radio 4
2022-02-01
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5. The Devil's Carousel

If you wanted to speak with the dead in 1960s America, there was one man who was ready to help. For more than a decade, Lamar Keene was at the top of his game, becoming known as the Prince of Spiritualists. Then, quite suddenly, he turned his back on it all. Lamar Keene went public and revealed his whole operation had been one big con. He not only implicated himself but claimed that he had been part of an underground network, which had conspired to defraud the unsuspecting public. He called it the ?psychic mafia?, and said that his confession made him a marked man. In a series that mixes documentary with drama, Vicky Baker (Fake Heiress) takes a deep dive into Lamar Keene?s stranger-than-fiction life story. Episode 5 Cast: Lamar . . . . . Edward Hogg Raoul . . . . . Tom Mothersdale Florence . . . . . Barbara Barnes Kate . . . . . Susan Brown Betty . . . . . Christine Kavanagh Adam . . . . . Nathan Osgood Written and reported by Vicky Baker Drama written by Nick Perry Sound design by Peter Ringrose Produced by Sasha Yevtushenko A BBC Audio production for BBC Radio 4
2022-02-01
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4. The Cathedral

If you wanted to speak with the dead in 1960s America, there was one man who was ready to help. For more than a decade, Lamar Keene was at the top of his game, becoming known as the Prince of Spiritualists. Then, quite suddenly, he turned his back on it all. Lamar Keene went public and revealed his whole operation had been one big con. He not only implicated himself but claimed that he had been part of an underground network, which had conspired to defraud the unsuspecting public. He called it the ?psychic mafia?, and said that his confession made him a marked man. In a series that mixes documentary with drama, Vicky Baker (Fake Heiress) takes a deep dive into Lamar Keene?s stranger-than-fiction life story. Episode 4 Cast: Lamar . . . . . Edward Hogg Raoul . . . . . Tom Mothersdale Mable . . . . . Susan Brown Daisy . . . . . Barbara Barnes Joe . . . . . Nathan Osgood Stirling . . . . . Shaun Mason Don . . . . . Michael Begley Realtor . . . . . Neil McCaul Written and reported by Vicky Baker Drama written by Nick Perry Sound design by Peter Ringrose Produced by Sasha Yevtushenko A BBC Audio production for BBC Radio 4
2022-02-01
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3. True Believers

If you wanted to speak with the dead in 1960s America, there was one man who was ready to help. For more than a decade, Lamar Keene was at the top of his game, becoming known as the Prince of Spiritualists. Then, quite suddenly, he turned his back on it all. But Lamar Keene didn't go quietly. He published a tell-all expose in which he confessed that he was little more than a conman, a psychic fraudster, who manipulated people in their most vulnerable moments. And in doing so, he catalogued the many physical and psychological tricks he used to separate his followers from their money. It wasn?t just his own carefully-crafted reputation that Lamar Keene sought to destroy. He wanted to blow the whistle on the whole industry. He claimed that he had been part of a national underground network that included many other psychics, clairvoyants and mediums, who combined forces to fleece the unsuspecting public. He called it the ?psychic mafia,? and said that his confession made him a marked man. But how much can we trust the revelations of a self-confessed conman? How much of Lamar Keene?s extraordinary story is really true? And what can it tell us about how our emotions affect belief and our susceptibility to misinformation? In a series that mixes documentary with drama, Vicky Baker (Fake Heiress) takes a deep dive into Lamar Keene?s stranger-than-fiction life story. Episode 3 Cast: Lamar . . . . . Edward Hogg Raoul . . . . . Tom Mothersdale Tom . . . . . Neil McCaul Andrija . . . . . Michael Begley Lona . . . . . Jasmine Hyde Warden . . . . . Chris Jack Mrs Moseley . . . . . Christine Kavanagh Written and reported by Vicky Baker Drama written by Nick Perry Sound design by Peter Ringrose Produced by Sasha Yevtushenko A BBC Audio production for BBC Radio 4
2022-02-01
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2. Eyes Wide Open

If you wanted to speak with the dead in 1960s America, there was one man who was ready to help. For more than a decade, Lamar Keene was at the top of his game, becoming known as the Prince of Spiritualists. Then, quite suddenly, he turned his back on it all. But Lamar Keene didn't go quietly. He published a tell-all expose in which he confessed that he was little more than a conman, a psychic fraudster, who manipulated people in their most vulnerable moments. And in doing so, he catalogued the many physical and psychological tricks he used to separate his followers from their money. It wasn?t just his own carefully-crafted reputation that Lamar Keene sought to destroy. He wanted to blow the whistle on the whole industry. He claimed that he had been part of a national underground network that included many other psychics, clairvoyants and mediums, who combined forces to fleece the unsuspecting public. He called it the ?psychic mafia,? and said that his confession made him a marked man. But how much can we trust the revelations of a self-confessed conman? How much of Lamar Keene?s extraordinary story is really true? And what can it tell us about how our emotions affect belief and our susceptibility to misinformation? In a series that mixes documentary with drama, Vicky Baker (Fake Heiress) takes a deep dive into Lamar Keene?s stranger-than-fiction life story. Episode 2 Cast: Lamar . . . . . Edward Hogg Raoul . . . . . Tom Mothersdale Kate . . . . . Tillie Murray Mrs Phillips . . . . . Jasmine Hyde Dorothy . . . . . Lorelei King Lillian . . . . . Christine Kavanagh Written and reported by Vicky Baker Drama written by Nick Perry Sound design by Peter Ringrose Produced by Sasha Yevtushenko A BBC Audio production for BBC Radio 4
2022-02-01
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1. The Showman

If you wanted to speak with the dead in 1960s America, there was one man who was ready to help. For more than a decade, Lamar Keene was at the top of his game, becoming known as the Prince of Spiritualists. Then, quite suddenly, he turned his back on it all. But Lamar Keene didn't go quietly. He published a tell-all exposé in which he confessed that he was little more than a conman, a psychic fraudster, who manipulated people in their most vulnerable moments. And in doing so, he catalogued the many physical and psychological tricks he used to separate his followers from their money. It wasn?t just his own carefully crafted reputation that Lamar Keene sought to destroy. He wanted to blow the whistle on the whole industry. He claimed that he had been part of a national underground network that included many other psychics, clairvoyants and mediums, who combined forces to fleece the unsuspecting public. He called it the ?psychic mafia,? and said that his confession made him a marked man. But how much can we trust the revelations of a self-confessed conman? How much of Lamar Keene?s extraordinary story is really true? And what can it tell us about how our emotions affect belief and our susceptibility to misinformation? In a series that mixes documentary with drama, Vicky Baker (Fake Heiress) takes a deep dive into Lamar Keene?s stranger-than-fiction life story. Episode 1 Cast: Lamar . . . . . Edward Hogg Bill . . . . . Michael Begley Ken . . . . . Neil McCaul Waitress . . . . . Jasmine Hyde Ruthie . . . . . Tillie Murray Written and reported by Vicky Baker Drama written by Nick Perry Sound design by Peter Ringrose Produced by Sasha Yevtushenko A BBC Audio production for BBC Radio 4
2022-02-01
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Introducing Fake Psychic

From the team who brought you Fake Heiress, this is a story about the art of the con, belief, retribution, and possibly atonement. Vicky Baker investigates the story of Lamar Keene, a renowned psychic who confessed to being part of an underground network that he called the "psychic mafia".
2022-01-25
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