Many cases of telekinesis have been reported, although few were able to reliably duplicate results or withstand scientific testing. Several well-known practitioners have lent an amount of credence to the existence of psychokinetic abilities.
According to About.com, Uri Geller is one of the most famous psychics, known for his ability to bend spoons and keys. In 1973, while on a British radio show, he demonstrated his key bending ability, then asked the listening audience to join in. This resulted in many calls of spontaneous key, spoon and nail bending and twisting. In 2001, Gary Schwartz, Professor of Psychology at the University of Arizona, held a "spoon bending party," where 60 students bent spoons or knives, allegedly with their minds.