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CIA Documents Show Spy Agency Used to Rely on Psychics

psychicsThe CIA developed a project intended to use psychic and supranational phenomenon for spying and military uses, according to new documents released by the agency.

Known as Project Star Gate, the project sought to use the supernatural because it is “passive,” “inexpensive” and there is “no known defense,” the Independent reports. 

Among the psychic powers used were “psychoenergetics” and telekinesis.

The documents suggest that the CIA believed the psychic powers had some success.

But the project ended in 1995, when the CIA finally concluded psychics weren’t proven to be useful.

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FBI Sketch Artist Writes Tell-All Book About Tracking Down Criminals

Steve Neavling
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A former sketch artist for the FBI has written a tell-all book about his 32 years working with the bureau, the New York Post reports.

Gene O’Donnell, who is shopping his book “Faces of Crime: Memoirs of an FBI Forensic Artist,” said he’s had a lot of bizarre experiences at the bureau, but the strangest may have been drawing a face based on visions of a psychic.

“Officially, I don’t believe that the FBI has ever really admitted to using psychics, but I can assure you that they do. Rarely, but every once in a while, the real FBI looks more like Mulder and Scully’s FBI,” said O’Donnell, referring to “The X-Files.”

O’Donnell, who retired in 2009, started working with the FBI after studying commercial art.

In one his more well-known sketches, O’Donnell helped capture the Russian handler of spy Aldrich Ames.

O’Donnell also helped sketch the face of a man who had been badly decomposed.