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Experiment #4

Viewer: Courtney Brown, Session #1

Tasker: John D. Berryman, M.D.

Data: Type 3 (viewer blind and solo)

Target Specific:

Essential Cue:
The Battle of Gettysburg (July 1863)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The Battle of Gettysburg / event (July 1863)
2. Pickett's charge / event (July 3, 1863)
3. General J.E.B Stuart ordering the 1st Virginia to advance against the Union Calvary / event (July 3, 1863)

Comments: The target for this experiment has some interesting structural defects. These defects have to be considered when evaluating the results of this experiment. (Click Here to read about this target.) Despite the problems with the target specific, this session is quite accurate. Its greatest faults of the session are on the level of overall session completeness. In general, the viewer accurately portrays the target as one of death and destruction. The viewer perceives explosions and a general wartime environment as well. Several deductions also suggest an accurate perception of time period. The problem with completeness is that the viewer does not report perceptions of subjects engaged in fighting in Phase 4. Also, the viewer notes at the end of the session that he suspects he has made some decoding errors with regard to things on the land surface. This may or may not refer to decoding errors in which dead subjects and war paraphernalia on the ground are perceived only as burned and broken objects. After the session was completed, the viewer verbally reported that he edited out of his session a perception of seemingly countless people dead on the ground since he considered the perception too clear. To not report all perceptions is a viewing mistake. Nonetheless, the general tone of the session is remarkably accurate.

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