An insider's account of the first successful employment of anomalous cognition - or 'psychic power' - by members of the American intelligence community to identify a spy. Not a work of fiction. Author Scott W. Carmichael served for a period of nearly 26 years as the senior security and counterintelligence investigator for the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington DC. In late January 1999, he engaged with eight other DIA employees in an unofficial experiment to determine whether a colleague with demonstrated psychic ability could provide information to identify an individual who secretly met on 18 January 1999 with a Singaporean military attaché in Bangkok, Thailand and offered for sale a quantity of classified American imagery. A spy. The psychic was provided no information about the 'walk-in event' of 18 January. In fact, she was not even informed of the nature of the ...