Brigadier C. A. L. Brownlow, D.S.O. of Sudbury 'bilocates'
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Dr Robert Crookall - More Astral projections
The case of Brigadier Brownlow, of Sudbury, one of bilocation, was published in the Daily Sketch (Oct. 4, 1960), by Miss Frances Banks, M.A., a psychologist, who includes it, and other cases, in The Frontiers of Revelation.
ln 1952 he (Brownlow) was an official prison visitor to Parkhurst, Isle of Wight. A prisoner wrote to describe how he had been startled in his cell by a visit from the Brigadier, who had looked at him encouragingly. But it couldn't have been the Brigadier really, the prisoner went on, because his visitor was wearing a new black hat and the Brigadier always wore an old brown one.
The prisoner could not have known that Brownlow, as the new President of the Hove Old Contemptibles, had just bought a new black hat to take part in a ceremonial parade.