A message comes up in the alt.crime newsgroup about Larry Crane.
There is probably a lot more info out there on Larry Crane, this guy has been at this for a while.
Just search for words like this.
"Larry Crane" release technique
"Larry Crane" Sedona
Newsgroups: alt.crime, alt.consumers.experiences, alt.business.consulting, alt.business.franchise, alt.business.accountability
Date: 24 Feb 2004
Subject: Larry Crane's "release technique"
I got the Larry Crane "release technique" tapes at the urging of a
friend who for unexplained reasons thought it would improve my golf
game. When I couldn't make heads or tails of any of the 20 tapes, or
Crane's website, I called Larry – actually got through to him directly
on my first attempt to his number listed on his website – 888-333-9***
(guess a secretary is too much overhead for him).
Anyway, he went on and on about being a good friend of Arnold Palmer,
but the last time he himself went golfing was with his 13 year old
neighbor several years ago. He went on to talk a lot about
"abundance" and how anyone can make millions applying certain
principles found only on his tapes. His website has these ambiguous
testimonials from such people as "E. Pavlock" director of education
for Touche Ross and a retired basketball coach for LSU I've never
So I took to the newsgroups to see what experiences other people have
had with Crane's "release technique." It looks like Mr. Crane just
waited for Lester Levinson to die off and he then bastardized his own
version of the "Sedona Method."
To quote one on-point posting, "Larry Crane has the sleeziest web-site
I've seen yet. It's got pots of gold. Check it out. His release
tech is a tube in your gut and does nothing. Maybe you imagine you
released. Crap." And then there's another, "The advertising copy for
the Larry Crane release technique was so far over the top as to seem
beserk. Talk about selling you the sky and the moon! I can't imagine
anyone with their head glued on buying that load. The claims were
beyond anything I've seen." Take a look at his website -
releasetechnique.com - and I think you'll have to agree!!
Those postings pretty well summed it up for me, but then I found this
in another posting: "There's a sedona club at MSN and a release
technique club at Yahoo. The one at Yahoo is the worst. They both
obviously have employees of those companies posting there like they're
civilians and giving glowing reports of method. It's sickening." So
I checked it out, and it's TRUE!
Smelling a whiff of fraud emanating from my keyboard I considered
performing this simple test – Does it walk like a duck? Does it quack
like a duck? But those concerned might also consider taking it one
step further - Crane claimed a "double money back guarantee" if not
satisfied with his nonsense.
Has anyone ever gotten back anything from Crane except more Bull?