Uri Geller Bends Dirt Pile, Finds Ottoman-era Soap Factory in Israel

While building the Uri Geller museum in Jaffa, the psychic says he intuited that there was something beneath a suspect pile of refuse

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Uri Geller (wearing a white T-shirt, closely cropped dark hair, smiling) holding up a pottery vessel from the Ottoman soap factory
Uri Geller holding up a pottery oil or water jug from the 19th-century Ottoman soap factory he found in the building he bought to house his museum in JaffaCredit: Dlila Bar-Ratson
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