Behavior: Mind Over Matter--Maybe

STRANGE as it seems in the space age, the supposed reality of psychic phenomena continues to fascinate modern men. Although trained in the cold logic of the law before he became a theologian, resigned Episcopal Bishop James A. Pike is convinced that he has had telepathic talks with his dead son. Ever since her forecast of John Kennedy's assassination came true, Soothsayer Jeane Dixon's words and prophecies have been eagerly awaited by a multitude of followers. And despite considerable skepticism, not to say amusement, in the scientific community, a small band of researchers,...

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