Naomi Grossman makes extra sensory powers look easy.
The American Horror Story and Ctrl Alt Delete actress was a guest on Caroline Cory’s documentary Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible.
With these jaw-dropping experiments, Grossman and Cory used science and computers that the mind can exert energy through emotions and thoughts.
The documentary features more scientific experiments to prove validation and demonstrations of psi phenomena performed by random people around the world. Other volunteer subjects and interviewees included Corey Feldman (Stand By Me, Gremlins), Robert Picardo (Star Trek: Voyager, Grey’s Anatomy), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection), Karina Smirnoff (Shall We Dance, Dancing with the Stars) and Rachele Brooke Smith (Center Stage 2, The Nice Guys). There are also commentaries and interviews from notable scientists and professors Tom Campbell, Dean Radin, Rudolph Schild, Glen Rein, and Jim Gimzewski.
Through the film, viewers will connect the dots about their consciousness, mind over matter, and the control of physical reality.
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LRM Online spoke with Naomi Grossman on a Zoom interview about her experiences that utilize her mind. Also, we discussed embracing her American Horror Story fandom and her future projects.
Grossman is best known for her first crossover character as Pepper in FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum & Freak Show and then as Samantha Crowe in American Horror Story: Apocalypse. She was a 2018 Primetime Emmy nominee for Outstanding in a Short Form Comedy or Drama for her role in Ctrl Alt Delete.
Superhuman: The Invisible Made Visible is available today on digital HD, Cable VOD, and DVD.
Check out the exclusive fun interview below and let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Omnium Media