Special Interviews
Saturday, December 19, 2009

Men Who Stare at Goats: What's True and What's Not

In "Men Who Stare at Goats," the character played by George Clooney was based on remote viewer Lyn Buchanan, and so Marla Frees has a question for him: which of this incidents in the film are true and which ones aren't?

Lyn's answers offer new insight into the early days of the Army's technical remote viewing program. Much of what he talks about has never been revealed before, so don't miss this fascinating interview.

Did a remote viewer really make a goat fall over dead? And if so, why was the US military so eager to learn how to kill at a distance using the mind?

Maybe somebody else was already ahead of them...

You really CAN learn remote viewing! Visit Lyn Buchanan's website today. Click here.

NOTE: This show summary, previously published on our old site, may contain broken links.


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