For almost 25 years, the US government sponsored research into the potential use of psychic powers in the military. The practice of remote viewing involved the ability to see locations many miles away simply by closing their eyes and reporting any images that come to mind.
In the decades since the US government closed the project, a number of claims of successes have been made by those involved in the project. This talks examines a selection of the most famous claims and uses the original declassified documentation to see how well they stand up to scrutiny: What mistakes were made in the original work and how have the stories changed over time.
Admission is FREE and there will be a collection during the interval (suggested donation £3-5).
Venue: Smoke and Mirrors