Pat Price was one of SRI’s most successful viewers and with Ingo Swann propelled remote viewing headlong into the arms of the American military. Pat’s sessions were constantly accurate as the quote below shows:
“He was extraordinarily accurate, unbelievably accurate”. – a former CIA official, on a series of remote viewings by Pat Price.
A former Burbank, California, police officer who participated in a number of Cold War era Remote viewing experiments, including the US government sponsored project SCANATE and the STAR GATE Project. Working with maps and photographs provided to him by the CIA, Price claimed to have been able to retrieve information from facilities behind Soviet Lines. He is probably best known for his sketches of cranes and gantries which appeared to conform to CIA intelligence photographs. At the time, his claims were taken seriously by the CIA. The rivalry between Pat & Ingo at SRI is legendary, and so is the death of Pat price which still attracts rumours of conspiracy to this day. Pat price is most well known for his remote viewing session which included accurate sketches of a gantry crane at a secret USSR facility during the cold war.
Left to right: Christopher Green, Pat Price, and Hal Puthoff.
Picture taken following a successful experiment involving glider-ground RV.