So far, one of the best case studies for telepathy that I have come across is that of Harold Sherman with the explorer Hubert Wilkins. They set up a telepathy experiment. Sherman was in New York. Wilkins was in the Arctic. Each night they sat down, relaxed and recorded on paper their thoughts. After 5 months they both each compared their recordings. It was proven that what they wrote was 75% accurate. They were over 2000 miles apart, but somehow they had been communicating with eachother. Many things they wrote at the end of each day, appeared the same in their recordings. Also to rule all any kind of fraud, the notes each night were sent to independent scientists. During this telepathy experiment there was no chance of any cheating at all. 2000 miles away, neither were in any kind of contact. Let's take a typical example. Wilkins had attended a formal ball for the Army with the locals in Canada as his plane was forced to land due to bad weather, Wilkins recorded that he was worried about a dress-suit that he had to wear as the waistcoat was short in size. On the same night Sherman recorded in his dairy "You in company with men in military attire-some women-evening dress-important people present-much conversation-you appear to be in evening dress yourself. Can this be explained by mere coincidence? Really? And the other 100s of examples which lasted for over 5 months? Here is what Harold Wilkins wrote: “ When we finally were able to compare notes, what did we find? An amazing number of impressions recorded by Sherman of expedition happenings, and personal experiences, reactions and thoughts of mine. Too many of them were approximately correct and synchronized with the very day of the occurences to have been 'guesswork'.” Skeptics will have a hard time trying to explain this one, oh wait, they just ignore it. Yup, this case study has been ignored by the skeptics since 1937, even though the experiment was done with scientifically controlled conditions. \Mod Noted: By Search & Destroy It is unwise for a reader to take this post as a listing of facts. Look for references and citations, or the lack thereof. A good claim should have good evidence. This post does not have good evidence. Enjoy.