Lyn Buchanan was one of the U.S. Military's Controlled Remote Viewers from 1984 through 1992. During that time he worked first as a viewer and then as a Database Manager, Trainer, Training Officer, and Property Book Officer. Upon retirement, he worked as a computer systems analyst at the Defense Intelligence Agency. He then began his own computer data analysis company called Problems Solutions Innovations. When the CIA declassified the existence of the military's remote viewing effort in 1994, it became public knowledge that Lyn had been the unit's trainer, and he was quickly overwhelmed with applications for training.
About this time, he started the Assigned Witness Program, which uses trained and experienced Controlled Remote Viewers to do pro bono remote viewing work for police and other public service organizations. The original intent of the program was to help police find missing children. However as cases met with success, the various departments and agencies began to enlist the remote viewers in other projects.
Presently, Problems Solutions Innovations continues to work with both public service agencies and the corporate world to train and make use of talented and qualified Controlled Remote Viewers. Lyn has written about his experiences and what he learned about the human mind in a book entitled "The Seventh Sense".
In the first half, research analyst Steve Elwart talked about how Fukushima is one of the worst nuclear disasters in history, and its effects are still being felt. In the latter half, paranormal researcher and investigator James Carman along with remote viewer and PK expert Lyn Buchanan addressed such topics as ET contacts and abductions, MILAB operations, the government cover-up, and remote viewing. ... More »Host: George Noory
Controlled Remote Viewing expert, Lyn Buchanan discussed how the CRV technique can be used in business, research and any type of investigative field. ... More »Host: Art Bell