What is the real story of famed Soviet psychic Nina Kuligina?
- 1 month agoFavourite answer
Obviously she is the real deal, she is on Youtube! What more evidence do you need?
- RWPossumLv 71 month ago
She was denounced as a fraud in the Soviet newspaper Pravda, and this is not because psychic powers were uniformly dismissed by Soviet scientists. Except for the Stalin Era, parapsychology had a certain measure of respectability in the Soviet Union. In fact, it was a fear of psychic espionage that prompted the CIA to study ESP and create Project Star Gate, their remote viewing program, which was cancelled because the results were not satisfactory.
- 1 month ago
Let's just say that for a person that is supposedly moving things with her mind she wiggles her hands and body around an awful lot!
- Dr. NGLv 71 month ago
There's a lot of information on the Internet about Nina. She was a WW2 combat veteran and a real hottie in her younger days. She was caught cheating (according to English writers) and had been arrested for fraud. (unrelated to tests) To me, the real story is in the videos. Supposedly she was tested by Soviet scientists. Now what kind of scientists do their testing in hotel rooms? And why would they make poor quality ambiguous videos of the test? Surely had she walked into a High School lab the students could have devised a better test/demonstration.