Trance: The Cathy O'Brien Story


Mary D. Fisher Theatre Fri, Sep 30 1:00 PM
Film Info
Event Type:Documentary Feature
Release Year:2022
Run Time:82 minutes
Production Country:United States
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Adrienne Youngblood
Producer(s):Isabella Antinoro
Roger R. Richards


Pamela Leigh Richards is sponsoring and hosting a special screening of “Trance: The Cathy O’Brien Story” on Friday, Sept. 30 at 1 p.m. at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. The event will include a live Q&A with producer/director Adrienne Youngblood and Cathy O’Brien (the subject of the film) via Zoom following the screening. 

Mind Control research conducted in Nazi Germany was continued in America through the refuge of prominent scientists part of Project Paperclip. Experimentation was continued on unwilling victims through CIA Project MK Ultra; a covert project Cathy O’Brien was sold into as a child. During Cathy O’Brien’s victimization, she was trafficked to government leaders and prominent elite where she delivered high level secrets encoded into her memory.

Data gathered through Nazi research and the continued experimentation in the United States has been systematically used against the public with alarming saturation. Intentional traumatization through national tragedies, as well as the infiltration of education, media, music, health and politics have been carefully orchestrated to control the minds of the unwitting American Public.

Corrupt agencies have either been passive or participatory in the unfoldment of these crimes against humanity, including human trafficking, drug operations, arms deals, global manipulation in politics and mind control, all with the intention of establishing a New World Order.

Cathy’s story takes us from the darkness within deep-seated corruption, to light finally being shed on these transgressions. The scales are tipping as truth begins to permeate in response to the most pervasive manipulation. The time is now to heal ourselves and recover the nation.


“Trance: The Cathy O’Brien Story” will be shown at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Friday, Sept. 30 at 1 p.m. Doors will open at noon. Tickets are $15 in Advance. $20 at the door.

After the Film the audience is welcome to stay and participate in a LIVE Q&A with the Director/Producer, Adrienne Youngblood, and Cathy O’Brien, via Zoom. 

Event is presented and sponsored by Pamela Leigh Richards.

September 30th is also “National Love People Day”!