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Ossowiecki, Stefan - Remote viewing by request



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A description of the experience

Remote viewing by request - A visit to Riga;  Reported by Maria Luder

On 9th November 1931 in Warsaw Mr. Stefan Ossowiecki, an engineer, who was with us in a restaurant, used his supernatural gift of clairvoyance to transport himself to Riga in Latvia ... to visit the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Bluhmen ... at Muhlenstr. No. 58, which he had never visited.

He described it in great detail as if he were there. There was no detail that he missed: the location and the external appearance of the house as it used to be years ago and as it is now; the plan of the apartment, the rooms, and even the smallest objects there. Apart from this Stefan Ossowiecki described in detail the people living there, complete strangers to him; he did not even omit the old servant who usually wears slippers, or the faithful dog.

Among other things he said that Mrs. Bluhmen suffers from kidney trouble and, not feeling well that evening, she got up from supper earlier and went to bed; also that Mr. Bluhmen was visited by a gentleman with a bad leg, who was lame. The only detail which Mrs. Luder denied was O's statement that above the bed in her room there hangs an embroidered rug.

Since these last three facts could not be checked at once, after writing to Riga it was revealed that (1) on the night of 9th November Mrs. Bluhmen felt ill in the evening and got up from supper to lie down; (2) A lame gentleman did visit Mr. Bluhmen that afternoon; (3)-after Mrs. Luder left, her room was occupied by a teacher, a Frenchwoman, who hung the rug above the bed, of which Mrs. Luder was unaware. We confirm the truth of this report with our signatures.

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Ossowiecki, Stefan

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