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92 . ..&#39..:Tr".W 0 $-=..-. 1.L. .."~ :92=&#39. E._. 1: § f.1_ -.> :..: F ~. -4.&#39.§ . #5.1=:..47 "_ -P-I -_ 1&#39.~&#39.&#39.: ¢n.Y"§~ "*?&#39. 92" .f. A_ ~o~ |___. wzth copzes Attached for Mobzl . .-&#39. p-1--1 .e.-_ " -. .*-. _ potentzal to for approval F..> 3 Belmont from .--.-Z-&#39....=.-:.=-ex "92Sg_ &#39.92¢&#39. . ~.= 92-~&#39.-.» ¢ Pi: Q L :. J §?~rZ3? » 1 o see._:: &#39. 5:7: -&#39. Bran igan SENSORY ..._j Sf...-4 .&#39.__ . "92 u » 1 W: --~_.-I». ....=-*. _92 _.¢<-.. .. ¢&#39. 5=&#39.... I 92&#39.&#39.:E:"" T? f4 .&#39. 7-£¢ =3. _ 5-~._92_..?&#39.? 1» Y each znd the FBI should those Z8 a memorandum for j -&#39. earzng her zn zry zn mm clazms prove Rzchmond Offzce clazmed eremendous well founded..~_.". "5&#39.= séiai J1 . _ . .~&#39..&#39.Y.&#39.." . 1:.PERL!ETTIaN . . 3§-&#39...$. .< F-&#39.-_&#39. fully con rolled 4. s3...~»..»: fr:-.FA 92%~*-->&#39..-.&#39. 1 92=. ?. a?.£"l.-Q...-92 . ECHZA If-1".41 RECQIEMATION e FBI make r TF1-_.&#39._...-&#39. v.-&#39.=:&#39. ? dzscreet and and no Bureau interest can completely be embarrassment would result 3. .

.» < 0_]7 .I" An_&#39.1 V L CDd 2-12 9 &#39.U the Bible by _ the audience. he claimed to_."~_-. w~. a 6lined June 17..&#39. were checked on August 9.1957 u &#39.__.92 92 ..I .areadeverything at pppossibleon the §~v. FBI °" =sac.§&#39.J»~~Q UT . . 1IQ? ~-*= *&#39. . .~ ._ -_ &#39.seua3. O "Q A!.W .. methods by which WILLIAM FOOS hoped to teach the blind to read. 7-O August 13... irginia. 957!. had demonstrated with her father. request from subject of Extra Sensory Perception since &#39. and in that condition she had..#- ii F" " . however. .. . . found and read passage from amagazine furnished by a reporter and had read samples of handwriting as well as verses .a__s __.._ -e£.1 £2-"&#39. &#39. WILLIAM FOOS.: __ I -h from r_&#39.. 4 L1.&#39.&#39.3}/b7u DAUG 141257 . .haye_.1 5: ?->§§&#39. p V .V 9!--O a%r ._." --. of Ellerson. . INFORMATION CONCERNING Re Bulet July 22._ . his experiments twosome years previous. . &#39.7&#39.= .? . article further stated that WILLIAM F008 did not Iclaim to beTheapsychologist or to have had even elementary know. The records in the library of the Richmond Time spatch Richmond News-Leader._.r. &#39.= EXTRA S§&#39... 1.1 up l -gharlotte V . mm.-.1 Ny. L B 1 on QB Bureau ! 6 !RECQRDED-In BEN. "Q-Qfwf .C6 Memamndum -UNITED sures GOVERNM 1°» =nmacwoa.. .4.I _.1&#39. i _-.~. -. newspapers RVirginia._.. girl.NS_ORYrl3 ERCEPTI0N .I |&#39. . /3 _jwQ er: .. 0. . _.» 92D jmiz/6:? INDEXED-11 {$33 to 1 Q BMW. . ? J °&#39.. Cotton pads had been placed over the eyes of MARGARET FOOS.11._ . 1957. RICHMOND é¬-12§9! _A _~_ J $:&#39.:"&#39.... secured by ablack elastic blindfold. &#39. 195]. a sixteen year old high school $5-5&#39.4 ~ledge of the subject.-.&#39."* """T ._-. by SA wh1¢h pgand the flected an article by K. LEWIS WARREN. which related that MAHARET F008. r "7a&#39. l_ . starting .. 6?.

fish and ride Further. _> T . and other members of the Parasychology the University./ __. further set out that FOOS hoped tiR on esea Sensor erce P for Extra r hc. Vice-President Vice-President . CARAVATI. but in the The article impressed the that his viewers main interest however. Research Assistant . The article in his -Iv-r-&#39. in the The library 22._ !¥ &#39. Treasurer MARGARET FOOS. experiment.-.< ~ 51. an eminent &#39. methods of teaching. . was a Railway on foreman leave of absence...__.2- &#39. that ESP Extra 3enscry acharter yesterday from the state Qorporation Commission and will undertake training for the blind. 4 _ 0 ii. to cooperate §.alawyer.. Hanover County. ¢ The article in the further stated salvage warehouse of the that FOOS C. Research _..V---~:H place in and later authority on the subject Department of then states thorggghly sincere project is divulge his to other instructors acharter that FOOS and sat tde e p t eblind. to obtain Inc and p listed the backersand memsers of the organization as E HY CARAVATI.:-*7.92-.. to began working with friends. President and HENRY L. §. 957!. Perception! Research. irginia. The officers and staff of zation were set forth clinical the organi- as follows: WILLIAM A. RHINE. SAM LOMBARDO. that he startedexperimenting with the children who visited his his horses . P i -&#39.. 4. ifthe charter was granted J FOOS plannedto recruit blind youngsters who would be willing §§§. as being <. Director of ROBERT CANTOR. . an auctioneer.&#39.~ . . . LLOYD.. Secretary WILLIAM CANTOR. #§ date . ROBERT A.4 lined June 1 :3: . Richmond Public Relations Han..£ 4!! 4%! . » 1-*1 ~-*" .JOSEPH B.1? . &O./~ 2 " _I&#39. Further.92.. he refused to believed he can teach field. received effect newspaper article. .r .Vice-President &#39. contained another to the Inc. WILLIAM CANTOR. that EOOS recentlé had been to Duke Ugiggggitx where he had demonstrated for two aye e ore r. F003. and ROBERT CANTOR..

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..-_ v- Holabird. .1-.-. wilwlu &#39.e. Highway #1. allegedly gave a demonstration in ."~:.: 14. is making an evaluation of the demonstration. : 0 2". 1--:1&#39.§ -n K however.1 an ==~-4&#39. memorandum from Colonel as colonel this demonstration.. Trotter __._NITED sums GOVERNME ...~. i. 5 _ V&#39.a -.YIL1. As far F-~$Downie knew.BELUON{J*! /.<=.. /4&#39._..Eosurez nc bfaco _33 Q oi! L00: 1 .w=Jwr= osr gézzozrrzoy nxuomsr TION X &#39. &#39. Colonel Downie stated that Hill.-&#39. .i_.. f_If. ROACH I A &#39. . Intelligence Center.? %Y> -&#39._ . &#39.. "55-. Al h V92 X -&#39. _ v &#39.§_7 §": .3: .. Blackwell.. 1 who attended one of Foes demonstrations.$ ugust8. to be blind to perceive objects. 2&#39. 195?.s committee will not . Department _ .. _ A-t resentative o eArmy Intelligence Center at Fort Virginia. It was determined that 1.» 92 _&#39.Downie&#39.:&#39.:__5_ :.. _¢ .Lw_ -_ _S rs " AUGUST s.-_ Ix . with the following results: Inquiry was made of representatives fro -. .._.uzi ..92. S.4r-? =-s &#39.~ - &#39. will so advise the Bureau. Rosen__. According to Colonel Downie. t 1-I. 1" Y submitted L: . 195? 1&#39. 0 i ¢ ~~ sponsor._&#39.1 I. the President &#39."=cs.._. ._&#39... :_. Marine corps retired!. ... Hallo n_ csnam 1-. ocs of Richmond.fg... §j. . the representative . < . U. ce ACSI!. 1957 . -. at the Office oftheAssistant__Ch _ .__ Bomdlncn__. completes his evaluation he.. was of the opinion that the claims by Foos that ..-_-_. of this Committee. &#39. - . Attached hereto is acopy of a P.:~"&#39.. .: f.s 11::-1 .I 1 .a_~=" i 5. . another __-92.1 .. %_and.--.--rt&#39. I _:. advised t arepresentative from his office and a olonel John Lieu Do nie.H.______ &#39.__ _._-.. -_-&#39." the representative from the Army Colonel Lieutena t Colonel Leroy C. S. r-1 :t.&#39.I.j.92 ._. Major General Melvin J.-__. .3 / 9A&#39.»&#39. .9 3111".. demonstration and until such time as Foos has taught persons known 1-.. A.. £5 &#39.._ __. ":-"~"-"!§. . :. Downie. Haas. .___W . 0I 8llL92L I to the requ u ervisor was made by SA 92 Liaison DLCLASQ.. r. I "-" i the President &#39..-&#39.. -> "3 -.. Belmont__..~ .U. a5 B st MR.-. inquiry conoernin e 9 ec ion.s committee on Employment of the Physically Eandicappe &#39. ~ ..5._1.. . &#39.-. ..l&#3 6. however.. had attended a demonstration given byFoos held on _. -.1 | ac.~.os..6 ~:.:I:. f _ z I ~&#39.?. when colonel Hill 3: -.that on August 8. Mohr.2>:~&#39. Chairman ._.3:1 Tolson.@ Memorandum iC6 -»U.4 -. I . Nease.-1. _Arlington.. it was his understanding&#39. by George C. Fy .».. this ". recommend orassociate its f 12:2 Foos.._.. _H<>M = us. - r&#39. .=.Virginia.. dem nstration was given by Foos to unknown to individuals A--._.?f.u BY OftheArmy. . U._:. TO2 HR.4 :_xi--.C -1:41. 031. _2-..s office attending this demonstration. Q ..2 5.. . . _ Colonel Downie further advised that his office has made inquiry from others who have attended different demonstrations put on by Foos ... .-1-.9292.Tamm__... 195?. to date he has reached no conclusion. .___Parsons__. R...not representing the Department oftgi érjmy however.-&#39.=.i~.~-.1 -&#39._.¢ he could teach blind persons to perceive has not_._Nichols_. there was no representative from CIA at s&#39.-as----1&#39.. = . iilliam |. &#39. _e a sensory "and central Pursuant Q it9 92 92- perception to representatives Agency CIA! Intelligence of military intelligenc sometime during August. {&#39.i. .been proven""by his Hi" =_&#39. Special Operations Branch. ~ -2-::.".1 tel &#39.oN g L6 Q I VJ I g ?.___-. I /.5 " ".. l95?..at thellarriotMotor Hotel. 12. M Rm ~-A According toinformation furnished tothe Bureau..~. EDD ie.-.

&#39.*._f!__"_. r-~ a .. er. *._...2 &#39.- sponsoring Foos Colonel powniefs that the to scientific demonstration conducted or his ofjice at teachings._ 92 _ __." . For information.xi urn. --.j&#39. According to representatives of the -. V0F :"1"&#39.__._i. Puharich..11.. .< fr-42: I< 1&#39. -.concluded of Foos were without basis. He. &#39.4_~.-._.L.B1-Y&#39..@? &i.4 e of the _&#39.£ . ..n.-Q ..-.._f.. : . 92Administration reflects f... ___ not exactly perception._.&#39. Lo-.. memorandum furnished by colonel Downie relative to pr. ..~ 4 s&#39.!l .. -1 Z av 1._.Uemo-Roach to Belmont RE: EXTRA SENSORY PERCEPZION .>f-&#39.-&#39. . .._ ..one of Foos&#39. of extra sensory is interested : in 4 CTION: _.2..< 5!?...unsuocessjw1.I._a"-_-» . The Veterans Administration further action.--. Inquiry by . 1957 . - 792:~.... . l .demonstrations. who had attended&#39._.=~..92 &#39. _."J...-_.~~ &#39.&#39..&#39.~~.5! P 4 . . Round Table Ibundation. &#39.~&#39._ .&#39..&#39. /&#39. the demonstrations did not reveal any extra sensory per eiptive powers:/ A of Foosor any of his associates.. . . "-2" .. L. Ihat Associatiodfdoes not >-.. Glen Cove.*..-. ..&#39.~"-:"&#39..».."92 contemplated no Dr.-55* _. fyti-.__ - 517: -- I>]|92&#39. . -.-"" outside qf the Bureau. ~ -¥~-. requested that the Bureau not disseminate this information . »AW .._.. -2. ._._.1&#39. Attached hereto also is acopy of a wt. Puharich&#39.-&#39.¬x> *2i.&#39.._.DEMONSTRATION BI MB..-"-. 5*if-&#39. ~-&#39. - contemplate any action toward &#39. ~~ . since testings and since portions with blindfblds furnished by the _h_~Vetenons.<» E13.. TY 9:? .5 F5-I-"3 155&#39..."_ . __&#39.92."-"Z11././U :~&#39.__. Ihile that the claims P&#39._ .. ~: -&#39. ITLLIAH F005 &#39.. 1. .tr" ~&#39... " "5I _-at.>" on-=>.._~ _&#39.._92_. &#39.<_..92T:&#39. Henry K.-_v Foos would not submit .. Administration was obtained on a very confidential basis.92_ ~ fr! . -. Maine.AUGUST 8.1_ r=1..-92 1. Colonel Downie determining the possibilities of in the field stated that the Army his techniques.: S? I . ::5":&#39. #1 . ".. I:- 7 ." : .-._. the Veterans Veterans Administration.Administration~were-l00eper~cent.-1 therefore."./&#39..-15&#39. Colonel Downie stated that the information from the Blind Veterans Association and from the Veterans ..- I &#39.-&#39. 1 Blind Veterans Association. _ -P-3 Z e é&#39.-."&#39.~&#39. -. . |._!iil:n.g.. ...._.>--.1"-1. ... » &#39. &#39.s work is .-_ .

O .et1-etian.1! . .. P-.&#39.&#39..lnd5006!endIeee0 Ir. »:-._ eerver toin blipdfcld her.... 5007. giveninSuite5008 506$. hehad limited theper-eeptory Pin of!hiepupile.. Helen:-. He:&#39. he explained.11 All objecte reed..2 M. and tx-ece blndI:&#39. V".3] A-. blerglret nee noteueeeeetul -92__ .beyuud phreicel bu-riere..re&#39.%.--. .92~._-. nan wee appren£.nd/ orDiplonetic eperetiune. Q .v£ ><=5l .? -"r. ....:d_m. Atlerriotllctor 1500 hen:-e 8mm.. t nae lame: ie.... This yum. anL ... . forthisreason. 92 1.>pre..1 or identified were placed onthetable. §. end held place with e dark elastic band that fastened behind the head.. e..25: -&#39. E 1. Y&#39..-__-:_-J.:x¢.itye!e teele thet ellIlenonetn time -~ C. .=&#39. . - -.tr1ekeendee.8o blindfolded... epproximte age: 17 treted hieother ability to identity end playing cards before S/A end one 92lnidmtitiedobelrver.92.eIn You explained thet.&#39.__ -2: I? 1.. sf u|_.in8/I-Q11»: not qmun pereon the . 1 iii I"/-. .g:.m@el. herealised thet this kneeledge end ebility had eerioue end dangerous implications ea bell ll P!92eti- &#39.. roene5<D$.l¬1nglIA]fN ttheblinck told wee very limited.vbee:<p eellqvbyqmlitiedp in thiefield.-.7"".... and that inteeching hisdaughter... vi. 5. Hie euceeee inn&ir1g¢lrdsh8ldlIpbcfOI Qh1.-~ IIIIORAIIDW F03 THERRCQJ: $08-JlE&#39. " &#39..<¥. :..Foo: had kergex-at eeeted atecard table and requeeted eneb- . ..¥&#39.t&#39...y 50. Tm eoeta cotton pede! were pieced ever her eye. into Iebruery 1957._. Willie: hoe ofRiclncnd.. men. .-: retien nee 2.-jg-A.-v. ve1-ene:-el.-92&#39..1 lueeesetnl in identifying ESP urde pieced {ace up an the e-ble.&#39. which hewee LLIOIOG tofeeland flexwith hieheads. entbeEPl»hil. dal _ valuein lilite :7 e.~ } I33! 92P ! -&#39. . W. Kargez-Qt.§92-._ 92!__ Y ~-If 3.lllIi1&#39. 6. Thedemnetretien In he!. he 1-nedvu-tently diewvered method of teaching others seelthrough barriers end diltingzida ehjeete boyund these be:-riere."_.~="- .-.in in-eed 1.".":"&#39. z-¬ ..c".&#39.... Virginie. 3 }-..@.:.. August 1957 8/A eeenlpenied L8Celael nun to the 0..._92 -7. HA F-Vi .» £17._.h kt:-eSeneca-7 Pemeptiee Deennetretien 92.. ._ . .-. y. .. Mr.. lncete vn-eee in the Bible. ESP Arem. ._..""-7 ~.6-P above the92-able w L. ?.-I. 5.-._. 3.tely 1. 4-&#39. E &#39.< I-_ ~!-2 &#39. demaaetreted ability toneed. He eiq ainenl thet hiehope end intentions Ieretouse thiediecowery inteech.|__ ~t 1490?-Lfylng or reecii nge TripTicket held e._.» .:Lng theblind toeee through Extra Sen»I017 Perception. die?-inguieh eolere. identicalblindfold end cu-de pleeed onthetable.&#39.¢._r» &#39.t $ k J " EAL.J §.7. . J § i .-1&#39.". Pereone preeent inthedemenetretiee were eetellaum ...?:4.. te Iitneee eduemtretien ofExt:-e Seneca-y Perception thedenonn. . hen topen eeive objects etc.L1.

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-.. g".5"-*2 . 3memorandum.4 -_ 2&#39.s ability to blindfolded. I .&#39. -.&#39.. -&#39. ~= --. < _ _ 4&#39. &#39.£ the also attended was le as indicated previouslythis in although suspecting that some trick wasbein T-1._.-&#39.demonstrations His been have witnessed by two Special Agents of 92 :2 . although blindfolded.-?=2"-5&#39. . »&#39. Z <2&#39.__.t&#39._l _" / I-.&#39.I= 6.. 1. 5-.-i .. n D. .~&#39. " V.rir?&#39.~_ .. She ghys cards. a J.~&#39.-<**::-@:-¢:.. ._&#39._.. ~--. Haccompany =.. -_..{=.______m__&#39. 92 reflected that a16-year-old boy has been trained to look through walls and _.~ &#39.: 5. the before Division ofthe Armyand theCentral Intelligence have r &#39 read newspapers..~&#39. Vifgihfafilaims tohave special abilityin the field ofextrasensory i T._. --.». _ . C. *~&#39.~_ _ _&#39. demonstrationsput Other by Foos.. . accompanied by Foos and his Motel inWashin _______ young Foos girl = *-. . 1&#39.-"-:" .»/- I.__r. -_.. -I-&#39.- I2.-. 43s.~ - .~=~_-~ . Jones &#39..:i -» . Belmo5E-352° f-Q&#39.¥=..&#39. ~.. I 3. TOLSON 2. T173134 AV c-Mr.~3 ..~-.. ~*~&#39.»&#39. tQ Purse .-= Richmond._:F__E_<_>o§ and Railroad Ohio Chesape emplo 7 .&#39._= v .&#39. TO * MR. .__92 <_. Room _ .<&#39._ §&#39._-1&# &#39..&#39. 5 -.-"-. C.._&#39..=:.1_ g . A II .&#39. .&#39.--.I lON Ho Wronmnon concsnmnc 4.:r*<:=rr .&#39.~ William A_.51.l.5 M13 iR°a°hIP-_? ?"P92.. &#39. Q3 I >=..~&#39.___. .&#39..I.. . .=~¢_. ~. D.!-.1.__ _&#39. :0 I I>A&#39. J/.h&#39. The Richmond Office has conducted a discreet check on Foos and has found that Foos is regarded as a well-respected Foos is currently attempting toestablish a clinic for the blind in _Richmond. _". and youngsteron put aratheramazing /5l""_ ean explanation for the girl&#39. t_ placed beforeher..-.O?~92 £3 I957 Sc? 3 -&#39.Foos hasa 15-year-old daughter who.~O]7lC8 -UNITED s~i??1 GOVERNME ES ?. _~ .3*921I.4.._ &#39..$¬&#39.:.--.. 1 -._.. lr h / oardm lI-JL! M H -/ elmo svnjncr: EXTRASENSOR _CEP&#39. " ~&#39.~". ~11--..-.. . 1 _:_/ ~. "OM §L f§?.. .&#39. {92 EI /Us &#39. V >._ &#39. * . T |Ned e.~_perception. .. &#39.__..»&#39. -. ".-.. _ . . Washington." l toT &#39._..iThe . . reportedly on Agency. &#39.> .4" -4-_ ¥7q:&#39.. 3._ .&#39. Mohr /v&#39._.41. =1 anything -~.! ~I. accurately describes individuals.-J T a . enclosed been inabriefcase. :4 -2 _s..4:."_. _.. and does manyother things to exhibit the power of extrasensory as taught by her father. see._i. y Intelligence .2{j_|-. "v :___~.~ &#39. ..3G 92.I-&#39.-&#39. can presumably read I .~==r:=_r:~&#39. . | 5performance of blindfolded.. This yoimg&r also reportedly can documents read §" ""*"_ have &#39.l&#39.<.» _-.r=...#&#39.__ 5 gthis Bureau in privacy at American Legion headquarters.&#39. i.._&#39."~: _~~ r rchols &#39.-.&#39._.**»~ 1 !¬&#39../&#39.E6:»?&?!<*n<&#39. .:~._::. J79 3 -3% t 7. I !g..perception =background r. person.§. I 5 &#39.=2 1-.3$"~15 . Virgua. checkers."-&#39.:_ 1: ..~&#39.-.. .~ ~.3~._-I... F@:._"-..>&#39.. .%. "¢"..~. I :1.1"-J M» D &#39..4Tolson »"_r.. e. ~.j&#39. "" him towitness 1957.! Z. y . &#39. 1957 Septe //I. xv: > .=<.. " &#39. U. -»~._..-. ." &#39.

§&#39. 1 -.. intelligence. if Pf.-. ?5§ . . --~&#39. .. i {&#39. None. Foos . I-__&#39.v ~.He stated that he would keep the Liaison Agent advised regarding any significgnt developments..-"w &#39.-.&#39... -. 92 .~}.~.. .f._.. f_ .1< __. work.1v-- A Q.:-*=».&#39.i. 92.-G4-L-92. _.92 l". -.. 4-a._.~ !~92/_&#39.92 .. Foos has made done.. =&#39..~&#39.":.£~. ___>=_.:-. ::&#39. .-1&#39. :-. He has also stated that qualifies these statements with a person the declaration in that order to do this.!"v l"§ . has been been able that such could be wall.-. i"52. read material strictly a Iith regard to the report th "through a rumor which and as for as he has whatsoever indicating the claim can read that this beyond a brief case.P. an _~3 1 < -~.":neve~rthe:Zass. ..- Roach to llr.._.?*5" .|1.&#39.77: T? 1. al. circu ating boy trainedby Foos tated that this was around the Government to establish...i-C--"&#39...__ &#39..&#39.~..S:-Z.:_.. -1 yw &#39.~.zw ._. - Y.-J" .&#39.1 Memorandum llr.92. --.. . there is no basis an act took place.._ M .-mg &#39. NdBwl T &#39. ...~ 4f92 Q51 15-we RE: EXTRASENSORY ¢~~._.2"Zf -"..» . r ».<.-iv.TION INFORMATION CONCERNING J- 15 &#39.&#39.W ..&#39.&#39. >_ _- ._. 7°" .7.-. :~.-&#39.¢..._. ..-~- J .= -Oi 53. / L-..Y ._. "any Be stated~that---CIA. . additional trainiig is required 9% 9is any capabili Wm .-. -.5»4_&#39..--~_~_ 931 . " .. 92. reports concerning -cddit-ional "p"lans-to -. r_: * 92 -&#39.. :-in u_. 1&#39. &#39.92 &#39. 7&#39.. .1". "~:.»-"x2.92.&#39.*I I_ _:: 92 Y *1 . your For information.-..--Y .=.E&#39.¢. Belmont PERC. ~1-. . v_.&#39.-._&#39.3.7¬L-quite certain that Foos has not come with up ich could be of assistance to U.i 92v92.. .Zaw Foos&#39. 92-"rm -.. .&#39.». &#39.:&#39.&#39..:. -Q "4":-1..-I-. S.

.__ :<.. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION . __. -:.0. Ingram Miss Gandy &#39._-&#39.. ." TO V _.92 ~~.:=._&#39.. . .A 1..-_&#39. .____ _____.. M.:_ vi.-. _ ..&#39.w... &#39.&#39.> .&#39... .~ . . __.33. 2&1-.*.2.». McGuire ______.. ~-. ."_" < ~ .&#39. Mr .~§.=&#39..Trotter Mr...} Is92 _l92f..m&#39..»J1..__________ _._ &#39. L.&#39.. _-._ _. -1 R»§ &#39..._"5_&#39.-§ 1-_-.. r&#39.. :4 _.~&#39._. -.<.>g.-_Z.-"I-&#39. :.~ &#39._.C.: ..-he-¢=.=* _____. &#39.:-s=:-&#39.- ._ -I2 ! &#39.&#39.4_2}&#39..5-..._.."l&#39.~~ V&#39.~ -I <7 -92&#39._.|.= 2.V >f*:i&#39.". Sullivan__¢_____.-:~. . 2...--92 . 4..-&#39.: .1"-._ "-". ~:.92 &#39.i:" =51 !" V &#39..______.~&#39.7- ~ .". macro-n-Q -4...&#39.~ ¢: *&#39.. _.._.&#39.nh2Q"§J&#39..Fl>_&Z£v _. 4.1.-.1. ._.__ .-».I::&¢{$..4.-_.¢-"J .*&#39. -iv-&#39.4 I.. _:.:.. . ML _____§ " "°&#39. m &#39.-&#39.3::_=._ &#39.&#39.2".- 49&#39. Malone .>-. ." _>".:925-a..._92 .4&#39.-ea-.~n. I&#39..~&#39.1.$ OFFICE OF DIRECTOR.. Callahan ______._ . .5 : . ~ I &#39.. Parsons >4/&#39.._&#39. Z&#39._--j_ -.->-.£._-._. See Me Note and Returri - Prepare Reply For Your Recommendation _____ What are the facts? ___i_____ Remarks: I._ .&#39.. -&#39.__ ! -&#39.i K Mr.v_..-.»?-...&#39..__.&#39..:3.17.~&#39._-._ !_:_4 2? .. . **&#39.. _ ___ -&#39..5r4" . W.&#39. -1-"Q ... ?"a&#39.g» :i --i. <. » .&#39. Mr._.W -92: &#39. ._~ -_.. Belmont rl/ M1 .. &#39..§z~"Lv""§:"-SM Q0 §~.1 . ...Z~&#39.. _.. Mr. 92 .. .. Mohr ! Mr. . ii &#39. . -I 1 ."&#39._ ._.._.g&#39.=1.._:&#39. Mr.v_...-92. 1" rgv--..__ ..9 1» ~-92 -&#39...-&#39.I 1In .&#39... ""-&#39.-:&# l...92 ..___ .N:. : FROM &#39._.~ :--.1-h>:Jl& . >% &#39._ ._._ . Tolson ______________ v!Z "? .*7.&#39. -_. :-..&#39.¢-. ___&#39.-3&#39.3 J..-"_ .¢..___v. ~_-U 0 e Ci DO-7 -. I._1 1..5 .. &#39._"_"&#39. __q OFFI CIAL INDICATED BELOW BY cm-:c1< MARK Mr.: " .. "T &#39.¢r~ ¢.» _5 _: =7 . .Mr.I -~+ 5. &#39.= v-§.-.-.. JUL 141950 &#39.:.-V . >4.-.__.:-.-&#39.1 -1 :--iii >. #54 .~&#39.A.".~..: .§-9 I 4 _&#39.» _ 92-.hf __ Q J..> 1 %_:..~~u.* NCLOSURE Rcozézf Z3 /0% --1-_. 125.

?. .. __3_ __.&#39._92 /&#39.-. -.n -1~_..4 UG&#39. -UNITED STATES " "}.. of course.. D. 1. 1 .1 55.&#39.-Reading!in which she stated the Army Intelligence Service wasconducting researchexperiments in mental telepathy...1-92-:._. U. S.*:?~f. . .> problems raised by the Korean War.:" La 5&#39. .: #=&#39.14 1960. G . by the Army Intelligence Service.&#39. advisedliaison . ._~ v Our Laboratory experts advised -... ._&#39. &#39..!¢aY5 JwvE.hmond.< .4 . &#39. there some areas and activities of the human .. Chief of Investigations.._. I &#3 teach bl H ind persons to see through the use of extra sensory ::&#39. 1 ...&#39.:c.-.". In recent has been undertaken by psychologists for these little-understood functions of the mind..1¢Er_v__ . I... She speculatedthat the ultimate achievementwould be to develop a method whereby U. Parsons 7:» 3.&#39.Branigan G :. Virg&#39.{_1.-_ . -&#39.H. _:».~.92l< . .1 -..lTo0s..6 . .&#39.tg121_&f_. .»: .E&#39.&#39.-1.[ .inia. spies could of plotters I in the Kremlin.Z&#39. This research did incidentally include mental telepathy or y ~opinion e.&#39. . eclaimed he could teach_people a paper tzread which w &:~:.&#39.w:I¢ &#39. 1 -I _ n -.92:/--i. mind which have years serious the purpose not been explored or scientific study of explaining completely understood. Washington.. 33? "--.-~ . . E -:. H &#39.&#39..concerning newspaper a column relating to the useof mentaltelepathy . :.0.1-~. which did research in the many phases of mental 11?-&#39.1..r1. . :v_>_."*-" "In Z1957"one7illiam&#39._ &#39.5. .. &#39.¢-1.a -.. 4v TE:15» ~7W1¢ 1950 1.&#39.".._.._ ...=.. A 1-2.n<><=m_ ll-laboratory-~ . E-. Memoranm 1./ §_-Ige..&#39. lg . however. I..&#39..._$l03 6 9 . .-_1&#39. The "New York Journal American on 6-14-60 -7.._..r: BY__JiIlVD-READING! 7..-". " {?&#39. at L3 ..". ke___ I" mom :A.. 4.::I:_ _. .. desert erticle. ..~@¢15/~ 13?4. .Parsons &#39.. ""1"""&#39. ?.0. S. M7Lieutenant Colonel Lee Martin. s.&#39. " &P"" ssist Staff for Intelligence. /- _ 1- Bglgont T..*._&#39./ T0 ID. s92.Bv ".=3 92 0EX1l f3 to:.. Air Force had and 1959 with the Bureau of Social Science Research._ __.. The Director asked..Ric&#39..3...1 &#39..3:-"&#39. <~&#39.-.. he could perception.1<&#39.. -. "receive" thoughts "Is there anything $0 th-i8? a .""claim L&#39._.{_ 3-___ I -ii.. Army... " " .-ea ..z&#39.-. a contract in 1958 -_...4-. sz=rmr.. the res ultswere inZo6uElusiv agent that /eh:-¬&#39. . g p This memorandum is in response the rector inquiry !92__.-&#39..~:--&#39.1 J- =z%£~:¬ $ 0 . U.. " .&#39.~L.that informed at the present time is that there is no basis in scientific science for Ithe validity extra of aresensory perception described as this inarticle.-.¢_4." . with particular emphasison brainfxje Iwashing. .-&#39. 0 ~92 .-. Belmon V /=> °I 7i" » rs 1 ARTICLE Luv f&#39.--2-//-J -<51-bi __ I -:_._I". carried a column by RuthMontgomery "Spying by Hind.J.__.r_.I}¢8 &#39.-1--_i.I0Q.ll-4..--_. nzsczzzfmwovs ... _.*&#39..SPIONAG.f&#39. _ ..15 .......E&#39."" Q &#39." the Army is conducting no such project as He did state that £52 S. extra sensory perception._1 92&#39._ "1 sUB]£c&#39. W .&#39. &#39. . § . $1 I.1"".~NMENT W_" _ . Itis true._?...

-13¢ .-..&#39. &#39. can&#39.__ 0:.&#39.-" the department.._~ X&#39.9 -:15 r=_._._&#39.1is¢ UIlw92l¢Dei- .-&#3 Spying ind-Retailing! bygglg 5f. would you have the leasthazardous branch of defense. _-.&#39. F-:~>?_ -: _ =-3? ti ~&#39.RL :_~a~ZA92&#39.»&#39.». "~... FY -_.1 &#39.<.-..-&#39._ . and while in trance were again quesThe Intelligence Service hopes to tioned about the layout oi the -room developenough "sensitive" agents.?:¢i. r-_1n-4. conscious mind. .... -5* . 193. even down to the nated by the possibili- enemy camp.!rom Tokyo? ~1 prove successful--could_ make spying Only 20 years ago.I>. -The drive to. but f.-&#39. 3-_-.. spies seated comfortably inWash-7 ington couldpick upthe dastardlyplots " 1 How manyin the 19th Centurybe." aball game in St. &#39.1&#39..&#39.&#39. = :_"~. 92 number oislats inthe venetian blinds.. S.~__ &#39.*.__ -__.:&#39. .¢Oli veutl.could be A Afterwards. thought waves emanating from the Cold War _s- America was spurred todevelop anew and fool-prooi technique for espionage.speaking&#39.be as wild as it seems at first glance.-. Louis...1 -l~. -&#39.<..£E &#39. - b - . the clouds.. &#39. ~.: 1.-1? &#39. .. *. .~&#39..§ &#39. gs-F4.:-. -~ -_.g~ ~11. above.~ 0 ~ av geu unthd Tb .&#39. The 20th.~ :..". gt &#39.1: = ~ n.r - _ .:=_3 T. as aresult of his tantrums.&#39.Army gence Serviceis beginning to thoughtthat by turning a dial in his.:_.." .. conductln --.~*. then brought have proved -enormously successful. 400.Wasnmomn: Intelli&#39.__ .. .4.J-6.&#39.. or a news_ cornmentator.=-N -9:.&#39.s minds._" f5 Q-_1 L&#39.@§n .. - 1 -.:. or apolitical convention in Los Angeles? For that matter.33 ="&#39.- . oi the oiiicers -&#39..-..Who at the turn of the century living room. you think man could send a monkey y. Under to perfect their technique _to such an this condition they were able to supextent that they could actually pick up ply every detail. while watching telligence agentsare »w92 Qtkw V n - ever known.-a1w=1- =2.1 J8. they were hypnotized. but perhaps the most neglected phase" of science is the probing oi the sub-.... This age is surely the most iasci-- I sensory perception. &#39.-&#39. - Military intelligence tor some time has delving into the possible utili-" ties "that they have3-lowrammny been oi hypnosis in spying.::~. T15 .&#39. &#39.&#39.: h..§* ¢L"-13-&#39. &#39.outside ofoiiice hours. not only ing behindlockeddoors in the Kremlin.-. .-. . int» orbit around the earth or moon? nating phase oi extra -.f3£ . zation correspondent reported several years to try reading each other&#39.p..A.._ - .. .-. and the possibilities e ._= many. _ -|.a ._- EM:---&#39.7:..=.U . _ _=_~ to develop amethod whereby American ened.t we? §¥"92~:g~§£ ceeding that ot sound? _ _» I &#39..tar surpassing that which .92&#39.. a _ f &#39.1. sincethe U-2 spies could actually receive the .-1.-. ~ . VyBy aura MONTGOMERY &#39. .. Q.¥t .=:. .ave become so iasci _.." I.ble5. .:&#39.-....~&#39.&#39.&#39. other -tech- niques iorespionagehas beenheightincident..92.&#39.Century has witnessed such iantastic advances in other realms oi science that this project may not.3: f§?:f.4 own couch.&#39. s.. 1rsI. 1 tQ :-..~¢"&#39.>.=_. back and queried in the normal man-_ with the average oi correct responses ner about what they had observed._ 40 Q 7 I ~&#39. 92:.92--av A-V&#39.___ _. "3725? lieved that man could y. .4 research ~ experiments menin 1&1 telepathy.: &#39.-.-.¢.~:.".* .-Z.~.develop. 7 .. ..1 __..»-. did.r. ..s._ Anumber oi top in.92" .T..... 2 ~_1.I =1-st Q! . It would be -pleasant to think that -U. ..&#39.&#39. _- as _. .-s "-1 I oi thought transmission.&#39.92:."&#39. _.iexpert guidance within . ~-r-~ .1 he&#39.gt __&#39.~:_. -This formed groups. ago that intelligence agents were being Some "oi the experiments to date sent on delicate missions._.natlng that the world has The proiectreceives &#39.. -~ _..1 92z . I .t: "3:43I:":I.....-_>l av--. _Z =._. "&#39. .C2.._ .1" -*. achieved by hit-and-miss guessing. .. -. ci 1 ~~--1 . . f ."&#39._= y-n=&#39. &#39.=¬=~....~--" _._.&#39. and they had been assignedto visit.!It-5 .-._i-&#39.f&#39.&#39. Vl W . _" .. he could hear asym-&#39. but at aspeed exAt least we can dream.~ . The ultimate achievement would be the inner reaches or the Kremlin.13. Think what a joke it would be-on thoughts oi Soviet plotters meetingin Nikita it.<4&#39.&#39.3./=:-: 3 ...¢_g. §&#39..~-:. __ l-_. f~-1-. &#39. 44 L 92 IQ!/. -1 believed it possible to sprawl on-your..-. phony concert ln New York..92~:--:- - ! &#39. r.i/4Z. delve into an unknown reach oithe which mind -should it eventually _.&#39._ : <_"&#39.that Communist big-wigs were hatch-&#39.-As.-._ 3 "-1.. .~"..9~. ___ .l j_~__.

= 4: _ I fl £$u§~&#39._~_./-_.5 Q 6 ....l ._---92 _-72&#39.&#39._ &#39._~ ..-.~ . 141950 13-F::>&#39.. Mc oulro -rozlr. .n 1 Ew § Y _1 . . de at Duke Unive y.. Belief in ESP has gained little acceptance psychologists and fails test of common experience. -&#39.a_-}._ . . qr ~. W P ~&#39. ._QL£Ea$é. 13..f-5-.." real or supposed of personality.&#39..-&#39.8 ~.&#39. .< /~ .f. psychological research. . e _ ~f.&#39. : .wScientists_generallY_critical of &#39.Research has covered "supernormal not recognized by faculties" -.. »_:.Ii. . North Carolina.: I/CD 63&#39. for acceptance by general scientific opinion._ g5. .| __.&#39.§cu.-1~§i.. <1 .&#39. Various forms "supernormalcognition...3-.....&#39.-t~~4._I . other supporting this investigation is completely research in experimental psychology which has I ."5 -1&#39. » -_. J."11"Vrsi2I""92--&#39.?.:.lO :_ _ -__._{{-. Experimental work in Parapsychology - perception at _» _.! __.:. UNITED STATES cgi. -= Lb Director has commented about studies in extrasensory Duke University. . ..~. : f< 1 &#39.§£N&#39. _..:. -.Ii dated "Spying by June 14.1-_. &#39.//-."._-.~ .__ _.-Q ." THENEWYORKJOURNAL AMERICAN.~_.3 ..B B 6JUL191&#39. -__lj =-. A ..5ET 92&#39..~ "&#39._.35-.-.». Tug :7/15! f". supernormal being an equivalent for "not recognized general scientific opinion..-..5. _... sun]!-:Cr: RASENSOBY PERCERIIQK ESP! b 1.=_-&#39. by human to collect either .1".._____.]Q/ :...&#39.>&#39." The function of this research is and weigh all available evidence for and against such faculties. ._v_ _ _. of psychical ___¬_ 1960." on a memorandumresp0nding to his inquiry about the article 1. =n.:? [of ... "z 175: $~¢ Mind Reading._ UI &#39._ l !. $921._ :¥_. i__.&#39.. heM ~_ . University . "I have been told that at Duke some work is being done in the field of extrasensory perception...-» < Laboratory there reported since 1934. or rejection.:&#39." .i_.._-92-_:_-=...~. &#39._ .1-&#39._.&#39. ::. Durham. Y".I ____________ &#39.. ~.192. ...r_.. ééi:.51 :-:3 4&#39. ..~. opposed to The theory results of not revealed sensory mechanisms than those described in modern textbooks of psychology and physiology.&#39. 0r!l0vu4lOunn0. -=:>-. _59J2 -» I ltamong DETAILS! r 2. seedoffactor evidence and methods. g FROM 1B.&#39. .-._ I ?.&#39. r 53 __ &#39.. &#39.. often referred to as ESP..- BYNOPS IS: &#39. clairvoyance and precognition have been investigated using special ESP card*decks..&#39. - mdern and physiological psychological methods.. I have been .1.. lvgi Experiments devised for purpose eliminating pure chance as causative evidence_supporting ESP. _ -1 . His experiments give sophistication but the impression of have received continuous and severe Psychical research in parapsychology encompasses the P experimental study of "supernormal faculties._-Ml. . reported the Parapsychology Laboratory.Memorandum . . . 17&#39...r rkgi-I&#39.5" :&#39.._. ....~a "-!5"" 1~.__ ~3_.- nn..92116/28/Ob-D M.-.". -." 511&#39.n.<f_/_b1 A ._ ____ ii-.-3._l&#39. since 1934. The Director has noted.{_." telepathy. Studies on extrasensory perception.9" I SnoII-_-_ i_. 5. .. considerable experimental work in the field Hcriticism inlearned circles since publication. _ ..7.. b&#39... J11?" "-&#39._-.

~.-." .~r ._92~-».r.. .. .--= ~. Foos following the demonstration m most s inblunt his questioning in attempts Foos wasquite ll to find out if there were any gimmicks" involved.&#39.~.v-5-/_z._-_=_ -~.._-1&#39.. -C officials atDuke University. .--I"..=.. trick" he and his daughter and the youngboy haveperfected.-&#39. ._~.-_. -7.92.~92 . ---4 ~_._.-J ACTION: aC .&#39.f. _. " . . .»».&#39. . .--.: . _-=&#39.-.1 {.§ &#39. however.-~~ . ..1&#39.3..92 outsiders theFBI isinterested in his work.92c.» 5~". Nichols Re: Extrasensory Perception..&#39...-.. . however.-.?.&#39._ .&#39..~: -&#39. .1 ! Memorandum toMr._&#39.&#39. Foosdid not know at the time that g.. -&#39. Mr.J_ "4...~&#39.:.-.iP"i. . requested astatement indicati.--L¢&#39.&#39...:F? {Y1 _&#39. He should begiven noopportrmity to use the FBI in any marmer which would further his advisable. ..-.<$ -_92.-. &#39._&#39.-&#39. 3.&#39.%r -=&#39."f "Iii admission.-. &#39.--~He tobe anatheist in his beliefs. &#39. be attempting to commercialize on a "fake £.. daughter This obvious reasons.I -_. &#39. " -_-_&#39. It is believed with CIA and theIntelligence Division of the Armyto determine what reaction those agencies had afterwitnessing the c demonstration asput on by Foos._: _&#39.__-1. .-_ .:~ .. F-._-1--_&#39.5-&#39..-.. andbefore variousgroips in Richmond.._. .~--.:.92 rs: T..5» 1.-L.--m "nu "*1 n4. ~_y92.. Mr.."»__4:." " ._ &#39.--_&#39. .-~_-4-1..."3-:1 .:. ~2_&#39.. . =_ "" &#39.-V"..f.." 0 .-_.&#39..:.1 ._¢&#39.s1&#39.&#39.-1-....!=._-.-&#39..~92&#39..+==§ . ~.9.&#39. ...~ n. B7 & bythe FBI..1 -j.:&#39.~E:. Tolson from 1.&#39. . Washington.-.--:1---.~i-:¬:_"_>&#39. &#39. . 92 . which he hopeshead.=~&#39._. . --.4.1:5:1-=-&#39. .. .%..-1 --_&#39. _».i.2" gt._. .&#39._.. of extrasensory perception constant through reading-of-the -Bible".....&#39. F f .C.-.-&#39. _ _-:. He has never charged r v"92 ~_ &#39.§ -.&#39._. .. -1. .~__-__..~-A .5. This.-: ..~.~_ however.~.i.&#39. was employed 57¢.%kL.---~-. Liaison Section.... .=&#39. .* .1.__.92..:..k:_. thatthis couldbe doneand thathe would be willing tohave this act performed at alater date.92.Z.». GvhhzBi...-:~l&#39.-/~-&#39..".--__ .--..:-.--. according to his own explanation.. __-..xiv! _.-.~. &#39. .92 -"~-. :.. of course.1""":&#39.-&#39.9. obtain further information from the CIA relative to this J .::-..»_. .-51? ._7..J :_&#39..1 v&#39._-.. I . &#39.&#39.1 92 Numerous estions were asked of Mr..-&#39. .~-_" -&#39.-4.. .--. -f../.&#39._&#39.92. . privilege of indicating "to av I .-1+.-.... ...*. ---_..1... evasive inhis answersand refusedto discusshis methodsof instruction.._. I-&#39. _>.~-5.: .<"&#39.. .. .--. B.&#39..-_-__ 1.&#39..-.-...? E&#39._-. however.&#39. __. Foos may.... §5 :.. .-~:.. .-_.:.}_".~iL .-:&#39.&#39 *.. -vi 92 N. under anycircumstances allow*Foos"the&#39.&#39.-..._.1.:>.-.r&#39. -I-/_v &#39.". 5&#39.-&#39.4¢3._~.~-..-Y.ng that his invitation was refused for that _ .§?.L". } . . &#39.-.::_-.:-"..~1...-&#39. -. 1. Virgiia.f..-" "-&#39.-"." 92 &#39. ..4-&#39. Foos spoke continuallyof learning the principles Ihowever.. Q 3! should attempt sindicated above. -K v_.--.Z-". -._:&#39.¢1&#39. L-&#39. ~. .. .¢ .~_&#39.&#39..92_-.. -1 1":&#39.."4_-~&#39.-»&#39..._..=1." ....&#39. Virginia.=_§_.j&#39.-__. the Domestic Intelligence Division. He is.&#39....&#39.Q->. ...&#39.1-1 --.:. there is apossibility that Foosdoes haveextrasensory perception abilities. ..~:Z ..&#39. Foos hasappeared before medical .1 ~.-1 --..""-».-fa.~.-.-. 92 I{fig_.&#39. -. On the otherhand.-_5-*_ -. and theyoung boytraveling with them. to have checks made own interests.2&#39.~~. attempting to initiate interest so that funds will besubscribed for aclinic for theblind in Richmond.<&#39. ..5"-&#39. He also refusedto allow ademonstration of theyoung boyreading documents - enclosed in abriefcase or readingthrough the walls orfa room. ..92 .---3-=. Information Concerning T4 . various medicalassociations inNew YorkCity. Mr. Mr. ~-... He claimed. I-24 of course.¢ ~_92&#39.-.&#39.=.._._ .. I-|.&#39.1* ~~-. -. his daughter.."-"-_. ~ -. demonstration..__&#39..3--..-.&#39.": 3" 4- I 1. ...!~&#39. .. an-Gv --e.~ &#39. D. &#39...-._. the Veterans Administration... to -.-.&#39.__-_ ---1~ -..&#39. &#39. .»:=:_. :3.--&#39.-.~i.~<.~-.~". _.32 2 .".-.v..&#39..._-I-4:~&#39.-= .-~_~. is something we cannot afford to overlook in our work but we should not. .. .

5 1 - Intelligence Agency CIA!. Foos l le.92 P..? /~ 001. Nichols to llr. her ability of blind Foos is 1 .. ..r_ 1i I "25 u --¢ P~¢ 01. also remarke t hb&#39.I..4. . D... A Boar man__.§ . used his daughter of reading o which raises a question regarding the possibility that &#39. A.. ._ J. it was interesting to note that Foos has .¢lZ U/I According 0.»b § §1. stated that Fooshas insisted on using aparticular type to le t . Belmon¬5}&#39."- in contact with - agencyls or comments observations concerningwhich demo .~*. . .~..-=...Q . _@§. of tated that as far &#3 as his agency isconcerned Foos has not come 1any new or revolu- ltionary development and his claimsto certain performances in the field of ezctrasensory perception iiinitely denot have been supported-b fact __. - in A while blind- daughter see by topinpoint whic vision.~I-ff} .-If:l.. she is un ble tre danythin . . -""1 5 Y4 :1 *1 r»>&#39.R.-. ave an a i i yt field of e:::trasen&#39.92&#39.lW7 %§& §.-.§éf&#39.. .__ F -3."&#39Q INFORMATION "_ coycmwrzvo AJ qzrzm .Roach R. &#39.he has conductede so researc hi field? and stated that with proper training a person can have a vision looking through asmall hole or even along t large figeld of <95 sides of a blind. A.&#39. the Central 4 ..=: QJ ®5"BJF¢ PERCEPTIDN !&#39. .&#39.&#39._> 21:1:&#39.s M ... /7 nun: Septem 19 raw =llr.for the purpose of obtainin /t t." K §?. 1957. :5V .. _ .&#39..&#39. N.._ using nothing more than a trick b cleverly permitting his 5 refused o -_ Foos has rtain amount folded.._$ P - _I On Se tember 1s 195&#39._ .<* ..-3.l that although _z_>a_ cl aims 0&#39. -__-_ _ pr T " Y 5.. 6 &#39.&#39.. has given in the Washington. n &#39. .§ /-_ ..=&#39..J v .._.Jf-_ _.r-fl §&#39.L 92 L._i.i?-1. .. .<.. I997} L . permit anybody to place any daughter&#39..__ llosen_i_.».{f . :5 or evidence.= .1:traP 4&#39.-3. concerning William who has claimed to have a special ability in the" j ield 2 sensory perception. -__. &#39."?&#39." ~.al is kind of a shield between his ~ read.5 -1:9.__ 7.. any reported developments significance. srunuorumux kl }":92.1 1:._ [Hf = ro Hr._ Tlmm - Reference is made to a memorandum Mr...&#39.:-.1 .4 advised entl A /_ P : J f Q that he had been designated his by agency to coordinate all ormation developed concerning Foes demo tions and to follow A.i area. -...¥ ¢1".~_&#39.1 .f.. _ O]7 ZC6 -unrrznig G0VE}lNM ges .A . According to demonstra &#39. He further stated that W extent while the blindfold is on laced d» we t..s eyes and the document being the daughter is able to readto certain her eyes but when the same materi. Tolson dated September 6.=.-." is of shis daughter the opinion that Foos is using a blindfold material permi to have u consider lestated area of that vision through a tiny aperture the in blindfold cloth.~.1£cLAsS1F1fI~§>cie1 pQ¢p3. . The Liaison Agent has been §._. . om: of e.3 -"Tx _ _...___ 4-~&#39.*l71~".»&#39. C&#39.s ..Nm¥&@ 01» I H .&#39./ fold disks or which might be placedthe over eyes.:m_-.éory perception ehimsel 0ftr a iu nothers in the g do any o the things which his roteges can do3: ! 63 .I ."&#39.H.9292...u .&#39.~..

l. -r»-~ &#39..None.w~./..._ _ " -&#39.-> .<.-_. ~. -35&#39. ."_ .~.i|. ».&# .-.5&#39. .~_--=.....£*?- .-.. .:.1 -..f-. ~. < . .we-_ t92. §%2a1¬ £1 .&#39... :. -..~o..:~>-H ___"~&#39.1» &#39.r ~&#39..--&#39. .1 .-. -_ ._¢.~ ~-r-.:--=~1# > .n§-41-./ 92F.7 1 ...: ll HF? f...1 _:_».:.. ..&#39. _ v:_.&#39.f-_.< &#39.~..-_.2&#39. ..&#39.=4.. . "2-.._.v.-:__-...-.:.~ &#39.?-.-.1.d=. &#39.>&#39.>~$|i¢|§24!92&#39...¢ ~.3"-3. Re:EXTRASENSORY 63-4036 Tanm PERCEPTION 1|::.-»-_&#39.. pa...ai._. _-. .-.__».&#39. ._ . " .__ 92 Axv.-= .~ ___. I -.1<.: -=~&#39..&#39..a-.. - cent responses twoiper and seven per cent faet.-1&#39.j. .{&#39.i-~~ L{_*r_-1*.. . "--..~ .....=-&#39.:&#39.j.&#39. _ Q 4.. r..- _. L=.1" Q-".-..-.__.-&#39. . f with these so-called .}»_-.< I ._~ -*_ v _-:~ ..<. .-._. &#39.1 -_-.¢=~*..>.v.""&#39._ 4 _»_#21 . 3&#39. I For information only.<&#39. ..7<&#39. lemorandum to Ir.JJ.-~ -"..S§.-.ui§: ...-_~_ -3..» -J" expressing that it t answered that ESP is . 3&#39.:Lj.. the most valid 0...._. 4..&#39..-&#39. P"--~"-1__ ~.Z .92=~&#39.s::.» _ » _. ___-_.1. I nQ 3.&#39.-.92-1 -_ -31"&#39._:_ 1._&#39.W f= 1r&#39. 4. .~.-.&#39.... impossible or an objection against belief in ESP powers not produce evidence for telepathy.!:..:.9. .~. ~ ..-&#39.~ --1-_-....-2..|-_:u.7&#39. =:*"&#39.":~?¬ .~ .&#39...~.5 that _oommon experience_does clairvoyance and precognition.1? j"..1:5 ..~»&#39..&#39.&#39.2:-&#39.-_ J:. 駧 1 92L_ 2 F? if 2. ._ 2 .. ii . _ .-.-" "-&#39.-&#39..3..».4!.I. However.>192 u" . 3 .l~&#39._&#39.-. _ H».. r__..v.». ___.1 5.-_. stock investments should powers."-:-...&#39.~::.- {£5/13&#39.-_~_&#39.&#39. 1-&#39. r.::-1~..-92...1.¢. prove most profitable ventures for an opinion is alikely anyone gifted ACTION: 4 __. r.::_ &#39.uai92u .-§ &#39...1-__.m&#39.v.. !_-. aw .-.___ wu-_..-&#39.. . §&#39..¢f~.-:»&#39..:_> >..-_:.-&#39._. For example...&#39._ .&#39.. 92 92 "92r -. _ .. &#39. I. . .-_._ I _¢_ .&#39..___4:.2&#39. -.»..-:_...-rki~.1&#39.T=~ ._:y.. *5 .. .&#39. .."::..-~ -&#39.-&#39.-_&#39.-.-v? ...--Q .--< .. I _--|&#39..-~&#39. " . -_ _ __.._l5-.="1"~3:&#39....__-92-&#39.-_.Z J that possibility..-..n.. =.: £._.-&#39.=-:1:-.1 . . -.}_&#39.. -.f:J§§3<§!E .< -.--&#39..:<&#39.--~._j._&#39.as. --: ¬¢? &#39. &#39.j.*5. ..*.-}_-&#39.&#39."§%?...T&#39..~.a . b»"r0 92V ESP is an established Ninety-one aremote possibility. J v." _ I-&#39.&#39._&#39. 1.-!__--.<&#39.1 -:-.~&#39. 5 ._~. .<v"&#39.zz.792.-->:~ .-&#39. i.{4.92 4 __ ~ -92_-._" -..:< -&#39. I-5» -":&#39.

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"Front ""&#39.&#39. A.madeheadlines whileworkingontheCarrollJackson familymurder case.q.. -/.tC Z~X &#39.""and._-. i. °&#39._¢." #594-ls-4-2282.". Atwell Tarmon! whowaslater releasedwhenthe actualkiller MelvinDavisRees. ggzf §._-. Dr.-.... 1&#39 Mh . Edwin D.» .92__. SUBJE u -I. . F.-. &#39.. In conducting researchin this matter. .- Krell also made reference to Peter H1:-kos. ....is it possibleto obtainreliable informationwhich would other justify the Iintimations of clairvoyants.. advisedheis plann concerning parapsyc 0 ogyin criminalinvestigation.-. l _I41~". situation hefoimd no evidence to support the contention that mediums haveaided policein solving crimes..-l=°_ 7. Dutchpoliceofficialandattorney. nor in any -_¢. Memorandum T° Mr. also from Holland.1 1. &#39.7-60.-.McGuire _J 1>m= 10-5-so _ DeLoac .4! was i_ &#39.3 L ~ We haveliad cordial t liltion with Dell Publishing Company since the 1930&#39.--beauty."_. Dell publisheswell-knownfashion..&#39.1I1:I- t _ - .~ 9 er la " _£Q it 2._. ~ country. Gcndy_____ -<=_¢13_It!%Il1i£§!¢_9AS. work led to the arrest of a suspect John caught by theFBI.».&#39.He noted that muchhas appeared in newspapers on this topic inrecentmonths.92 < omovui vow v4o_ I0 . Q pg-_..> &#39.Krell..5_ .1! _o92I¢l¢ll£QiUi.-1. _. His articles appearin theDell publications..vu_92sc <.1 I.. . °&#39._ -z . We haveenjoyedfavorablerelationswithKrell andhe has written someexcellent articles aboutBureaucasesbaseduponinaterial furnishedto him. """ ~ .. -.1a Dutch medium.._qnr.Brink also quoted aletter from Scotland Yard:/& "SofarastheLondon Police areconcerned. -Krell mentioned GerardCroiset." . 1_Miss Gandy i nc 0 osure 17OCT 141960 f mh Xa!I __. ._ . q-. » i Dr. conclusionthat the judiciary authorities and the police derive any bene t from the 4.W! --_~__-_ s . 1960. _ _. Te m__ &#39. ~. Krell feelsthe public is entitledtothisinformation and requested a statement fromtheDirector onthismatterforuseinthearticle.s.rticle he 4 . uurrsnsrxrsso092mvxsm" &#39..>-w had written in which he stated: "Neither in the Netherlands. . mm = M.. andtheyhavecarriednumerous favorablestoriesrelatingto thework of detectiveandjuvenilemagazine &#39.1. @@c- L I il|92 ~92l..C wan _." mroamvriou m I 3 _Q. a._ ___ . PER¢EP&#39. ula ._. PageDetective.. _~ 92.»~i~&#39. . . Krell notedthat Hurkos&#39. lnqmm_____. attached.whoreportedly relatedwhathappened to JudgeJoseph Crater.&#39. who in J921l1¬ ..£ __~. Krell advisedhe contacteda Brink. -1!-:~ &#39. _ .U &#39._.butin checking into the ... . whovanished in NewYork in 1930. wecompletely ignore anything put forward by clairvoyants in the course of criminalinvestigation.Jr.whosentKrell ana.IS Byldetter toDirector 9-2&#39.--1: ..~~V .. 1=1~*:-&#39. _i. the FBI. midwes in t g 0 d o an articl e correspondent fo ell Publishing §gm_pa__1_11. D "Inside "-~ ~-Detective" »=. &#39. b -7" <* ..

police force. .. Bu les contain noinformation to sub- stantiateany of the claims by made Hurkos concerning solution the crimes. The Director noted: am "I amazed that VSP the would participate inanysuch circus. -A r The 6-9-80. - where the bodies of the Jackson iamily were found..Mr.-.|.. &#39. -3-- . FrancisRegis Riesenman.I0 _..-. reportedlyaDutch medium. _ 5 &#39. asaresult of which the Director commented: l He We should sure beHurkos isn&#39.-"Z?-&#39. -31&#39._.. VSP felt ihqwould be subjected to public criticism whether they agreed or declined participate to and nally decided to allowHurkos to examine the material. 1&#39..__ .._ . 5. wasborn 5-21-ll. " a3 Riesenman and Hurkos contacted the VSP on 6-7-60. _..Elizabeth&#39.en& atzuired: there "Is to thisg" Curthe Laborato loolged theingo matter andas ermined there is no has s in science for of extrasensory perception described in the article. psychiatrist on the sta at St.. _. Holland._ . &#39..4 . . _ . 4-_y_I .=. --0 I |~-.__-.&#39.§ Zw. _&#39.__ . .Dr. ...s Hospital._.~.&#39."_ _.&#39.-v F"-1 1952. ~ " I. C. of . . Bu les re ect CorneliusVan Der ~ that Peter Hurkos. aj < ... bf . -. issueof the"New YorkJournal American"hadan d"Spy ing Hind-Reading?" hi hdealt with ri t th Ar Intefliégnlce in Seervice bgntal tele ath and Zxtgasensory ere<?§etio!g.._.3 Lb -H __5 _._&#39.. 1: »"1.. . "._.. . D.7A&#39.t in_ any case injected which in have we-.._.___ __ __ .5 ¢_-. On 5-25-60. -92~ *1 ~ n Jones to DeLoach Memo Re: Statement by DirectorConcerhing A Extrasensory Perception .r-* magazine articles thathe has assisted police departmentsmany in countries in solving crimes as aresult of his ability. _A.:. 1-»t__. _ enforcement methodsin this country.~.." 0-27510-8174! arti 1titl -The Director noted: "Just "This screwball is how silly can one get. ah .an attorney and member of thede Bilt. Captain &#39. advised the Virginia State Police VSP! that he planned to bring Hurkos Virginia to and Maryland to observethe sites __i-i Y 92-&#39.-J_lI._." The 6--14-80. -as1" " r -rs->... There is no derogatory information in lBu les concerning Brink._ . Netherlands._. toured theBureau inconnection with avisit to the United States to studylaw F5 ..~ X 10: _ _.Q44|A_92> <-~14~ ~---&#39. ca._. ». He is aliged tohave extrasensory perception and it has been claimedin manynews and . Bu les re ect that inApril. &#39..jurisdi isacomplete fraud.:_._ I : -:.-. . .1:" _E . Filippus Brink. whose true name is Peter Hurk...~ &#39. Herequested that the VSP allow Hurkos the opportimity examining of the clothing and other physical evidence inthe case.. in Dordrecht. Washington._i.issue of"The Washington Daily News"carriedan article entitled "Telepathist Says He Can See Killer" whichrelated that Hurkos stated he knew what the murders looked like and hoped "soon" to turn over to police iniormation that would solve the case... Tolson commented: connected with thegreat Interpol... There isno information in Bu les concerning Gerard Croiset. .and spent about a week workingnn the Jackson case.. _ "M1" av.4.92l§&#39.._-.I .. ..

~3.... -=&#39.~~.¬__l.¥~ ...-.._1. < . -z &#39.:r=--I-r &#39. &#39..05--n<_v:.55 -52 ->.$i._ _..&#39.~. .&#39.-4.=..... . .»*.4. .. pm-..-._..1 k ..-~_A.._ A:--.. 7&#39.~..¢_ v -.->5 &#39.*A ... . . enclosing s statement concerning extrasensory perception in the solution of the Director criminal cases... &#39.. §-".~ 5.> .. . a:. <_ .. " RECOMMENDATION: psychologists. and the belief l in extrasensory perception has gained little acceptance among ~&#39. ~! &#39.:.:. _. The Director noted: | "I have been told that at Duke University work is being done in the eld of extrasensory perception. .. 92 _.1 It a-_ I..< v r 4.§|-. Z-_-i ..j.. ~i-"~><----&#39.La.__4-.=._-_~-.. 3-4036-10! I: &#39.-._.4¢. &#39._§.-. Further. -: JS--&#39._" -E 4. andthat their research covered"supernormal faculties" -I _.£2? "~. -._." determined that some The Laboratory Duke has been conducting experiments involving extrasensory perception since 1934... =&#39._.. @1145 92/It 92*>92 &#39.~t &#39._.7 and fails the test of common experience.&#39. 92 I That the attached letter by the Director be sent to Krell.. . Re: Statement by Director Concerning I Extrasensory perception =&#39. ~ 4 i . 4 I ---~ ~ F e- W - &#39.41_.4 -.. .>.." 1" &#39. -..-1&#39.. that scientists generally are critical of the evidence and methods. .1».&#39.-&#39.. ~-&#39. &#39.£1:2!» 4v "1 1""--92: -3 *-..L._¢»LA--__ ___..~q-%_ - -a Y ._f not recognized by modern psychological and physiological methods.4.v j. I O Jones to DeLoach Memo 1. R !. __ ~_-1.

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_ symbol on top . 0 I-¬&#39. -:»&#39."..= sensory information. -.__. ~-. experimental techniques --.. _.. §9292 !&#39.. ""<»"::. not in the mind of another person.-. --:92=. &#39. Because these modes of perception arise spontaneously from life experiences of certain persons _ . As .. -1-I ..-&#39._ . all manifestations of supernormal . r..< . -1» .a . Top card dealt and ESP card deck of isused cross. 4 knowledge.._=v.~.. . face up ! Open arow. on through the deck.5 3. ..&#39.-3"?-* p. -r-2.. . ! . .92 .. :-..-: &#39. ---&#39.&.:-¢.--. 92 rationally or brought about deliberately.-»-.-&#39.&#39.1_&#39...--1. One ESP card of each symbol placed deck is shuffled.92 . .. r.-. a92.&#39.v-_. . circle.Z. 92 11J -> I 1. precognition./1&#39.< _-.Z_:.~-o.-_-&#39. Before top card is symbol matches placed below symbol on top card guessed symbol.".. ..2. &#39.» "r . The probability results are of objective to establish reality of these mental not met in accepted psychological research.&#39. . -I i - Blind latching are face down during card of ! Single shuffled ESP Testz. and so of deck..*» -.&#39. _ !. .-_<§. C ! directed Pack Calling at ashuffled Success at Test: Subject makes twenty-five but unbroken ESP deck. . 51.. in five..~. .~.-:-=.~». lines five in five.l Er? :4._.-._. :&#39. . v&#39.1...-.-:.. r_~.. 13¢ V. are uncontrolled and . wavy cards is above one chance...6£_T. clairvoyance./J! future events that can neither be percieved sensorily. ~ii 1". -. ."1.&#39.43_. 71.y_~<"&#39... collusion and other sources of error " re.4?.= -. without the intermediary 9.==&#39. The principal lines the most directed for of investigation in parapsychology studying_£supernormal cognition.@. &#39.. in dealt." part in is knowledge shown by a"percipient"¢ receiver! I which he has no natural means of knowing. the elimination of fraud..r&#39.. supernormal knowledge of =":&#39. inferred " 4. _.»92&#39.--av.1 Y-. -"4 : __-. "Z&#39.!. above except five key cards » .s.¢. -. i..-><__from anothers mind.-.T._. and. 92 .. ..-5.~ -Q. * ...1r &#39. Like test. uncontrollable. 3 calls. Tamm Re: EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION 63-4036 . supernormal knowledge derived _---a . .r_v&#39.3 only. =.. 8 -&#39._ " .. | --_ f L: . of matter are that concerning These include such . v _.11&#39. Card Calling Test: Subject pack.: . five cards star.&#39. =1-1. of==-. .:..&#39._.&#39. for correct guesses of consistently averages by mere latching Test: Complete ESP decides which is then phenomena have been made as follqws: each of five different symbols and asquare!.. Aspecial Tests: If subject not explainable i --._&#39.._. ~s. »§. I " debatable phenomenon as: telepathy. these tests that is. 35. I1". allegedly demonstrates capacity knowledge concerning the ESP symbols in 2v consistent averages of subject ashuffled consecutive above one to have supernormal deck..:-&#39. 1 -:|*>v-&#39.5»-.. subject -_> ... and so on through the guesses deck. presents difficulties The devising Laboratory experiments Clairvoyance in twenty-five.I Memorandum to Ir. &#39. : =:&#39.. _-Q.... ==&#39.

&#39. The scientific factors which have led scores using the above criticism of &#39. .-4.-.M-1. Above tests read cuts ESP deck.~L. <v. Telepathy Test: several used..&#39.. V.-_.7&#39..92 &#39. " 5&#39. ...i_d--..r-.. ! Choices not by random results of emphasizes several false evidence for extra chance methods: ! Possibility ._-..: ..~_~.--..-.=s=»...&#39..~ ._1.-5. -."¢ _.5&#39.1...i =".511. » " =1.. !..-&#39.&#39._11&#39. -. Tanm PERCEPTION 63-4036 _ :._ :~. -121:4.~-._!.:&#39.&#39... gt... .S" ....L<._&#39... Telepathy ...-:/_.-:1-&#39.-_.-.-&#39.<_.. $%¥§ ! Criticism generally COMMENT: V agreed that of statistical the statistical _ methods.:1=.&#39.»_~. .¢r..92 .. order of subject may of dice faces Subject makes guesses with intention ESP deck after it is shuffled decide beforehand he desires to appear which face of in successive to by adie casts..4 --v &#39.-&#39.:- ya - lemorandum to ur.>&#39..>"."*1 -&#39.»._&#39..92.v1.1 1&#39.. M4.§=.._ .-_.~_-~.--.. §"4&#39.&#39.:<.-..1.". .-~.y.~§/.¢~:1=~-1. r_"r&#39. j_..=. &#39...- ! Distant distances of FL} rooms or Precognition Tests: have them correspond to experiments. Re: EXTRASENSORY _._.2513 -4._.-:.. .:" Q &#39...&#39.. _"§"."&#39.... Tests: »T Telepathic Method: ESP symbol in No cards mind. .-.s thoughts.--.&#39.4 ..~_-*." .~.&#39.j4: .-_-1&#39.l-.1. .__.:a%i1-.n".-&#39._¢.". _-5_.~ &#39.-{.. Z &#39. 92 4 &#39...<.e.-&#39.&#39...-3:»-~ Yhi &#39..-£-..._.-:.- ! Pure holds a random choice sender&#39..5}?».&#39.-i-.&#39.-5. -..g.. .&#39. pm "5 &#39. .». V -r&#39. :.-1.92_1L _&#39.="-Y.face of successive cards ..-&#39.7F§E _. .f:&#39._:. I 9 . !"&#39.:¢v2§. . " -""5 .j&#39 92$&#39.1&#39. . . »s#n/-5. 4.=/"I. "92&#39. .-.__ ESP experiments to considerable of unconscious made are and other dictated by sensory cues.-"<-->. Y.""~&#39. I .-¢== .. $ ..5-1-~..:_-. f.- .&#39... Z» ... .¢&#39.~._ §t§»w= " :~". mental habits T of subjects chance.I»92...-~.-2 and &#39.=. .. -= read sender&#39.: .=.§T. Also or combination Subject attempts to shuffles and while receiver deck.-_-.._2 ~~&#39.. and so on through the s". .:~r *.. .-..&#39. ..r .§:}"f-.=#=.&#39.__-I.-/-1&#39.s mind.T &#39.~..¬.&#39..4.. attempts to conducted at miles.._. .I-.---_=.....--. Recipient _ ! General ESP Test: Sender Concentrates on.:.&#39.&#39._..----1_..~ <-.23=~> ~. J.=&#39.=-&#39.. although methods properly it is applied are valid ..=.: --. - :». ! Errors due to suggestibility of experimenter in recording guesses.-.-au~:...4 -2:r&#39. : ..6 : i=..~ ~ &#39. . &#39.>...~. .- § § ._ ..-.. v :.:.&#39..u!~a>v.P: 1:92-&#39.1 _ Fi w A..F :_=.. 1... ...--&#39.: _.-...92&#39.&#39..1.&#39.-&#39."-§&#39.-.=. :&#39.<-&#39.1.37 342:3" * .: _:&#39..--&#39.

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