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  1. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    She asks that question out by the tree along the lake. She specifically says:

    "Is it you?"

    It is also exactly what she says in the book. Page 142 of the 1998 TOR paperback edition. This is also...
  2. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    My reference to 'Army Stargate' was a poor way to say the US Army remote viewing program that was called 'Grillflame' and some called it 'Stargate' etc. I wasn't meaning some program you haven't...
  3. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    I don't know how grand what I'm doing is but it has certainly been interesting, to say the least. I will not likely write about it as these are mere accounts without any material evidence or recorded...
  4. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    Oh, I can do it again. I get results every time. The experiment can be, and has been, repeated.
  5. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=aHtttEFSl7w&t=51s
  6. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    Yes, indeed...
  7. Re: Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    Matheson based Elise McKenna on Maude Adams...b.1872-d.1953

    And that's just the start. The analysis I have is fairly extensive but is a private correspondence from a close associate, author Sesh...
  8. Somewhere In Time: the book by Richard Matheson, then a movie

    I have said before that I was told, in the mid-90s, that there is. I was not told exactly what the process is, but my research has pointed to something similar to what Richard Matheson depicted in...
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