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Remote Viewing: Ingo Swann & Paul H. Smith

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Date: Wednesday - May 15, 2002
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Steve Quayle, Ingo Swann

Ingo Swann, the father of remote viewing, is internationally known as anadvocate and researcher of the exceptional powers of the human mind, and asa leading figure in governmental and scientific projects to investigate andidentify the scope of subtle human perceptions. Paul Smith, former militaryremote viewer and Vice-President of the International Remote ViewingAssociation, was a student of Ingo Swann.

Steve Quayle offers commentary during the first hour.

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