In the waning days of WWII, an American scientist tasked with countering the Soviet Union's psychic warfare program finds himself in an unexpected battle of wills against a power-mad boss, Russian spies, and a desperate need to protect the greatest psychic the world has ever known. More
In 1947, just after the end of the second World War, the Central Intelligence Agency began a search for, and counter to, the then-perceived Soviet menace of psychic warfare. The belief was that the Soviets had gained strategic advantage over the U.S. intelligence services by employing psychics in what was known as “remote viewing,” the ability of the psychic to accurately describe events distantly removed from him.
My name is Victor Williams. In 1947 I was read into the National Secret Services Act and enrolled in the project to recruit, test, and train our own psychic warriors.
What happened next changed everything...