The Evidential Details Mystery Series
Amelia Earhart - Titanic - Otzi the Iceman - Princess Diana - Joan of Arc - Custer's Last Stand - The #1 Civil War Mystery
Welcome. This site presents the world's only book series that tasks the first multi-decorated Military Intelligence Controlled Remote Viewer, to resolve unsolvable historical mysteries. To see these medals click here.
In this unprecedented book series you will read is the data the U.S. Pentagon would have received if they had targeted these mysteries in the interests of the People of the United States.
For those unfamiliar with this component of U.S. military history we recommend a look at Joseph McMoneagle's credentials - here.
To get a look inside any book (menu along top), hold the cursor on the title and then click on the LOOK page. Read all the LOOK Pages to get a sense of the series.
If you read mysteries, are interested in state of the art remote viewing, or simply want to focus on a historical event, you will not be disappointed. Genuine reader feedback is shown throughout this web site.
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Legion of Merit Medal Winning Mysteries Solved
I never liked to get into debates with skeptics, because if you didn't believe that remote viewing was real, you hadn't done your homework. Major General Edmund R. Thompson - U.S. Army Assistant Chief os Staff for Intelligence, 1977-81; Deputy Director for Management and Operations, Defense Intelligence Agency, 1982-84.
"...she gave us some latitudes and longitude figures. We focused our satellite cameras on the point, and the (lost) plane was there." Former President Jimmy Carter recalling a 1978 remote viewing operation to a college audience.