On THIS DAY IN HISTORY in 1977 the – The Central Intelligence Agency released documents under the Freedom of Information Act revealing it had engaged in mind control experiments for years. It had been operating a school for psychics age 12 to 18 and called it MK Ultra Academy. The School operated between the years of 1952 until 1973 when the doors were shut due to an unfortunate episode that result in the deaths of 23 students, 6 teachers, and 28 goats. All of the victims’ heads exploded from the inside out.
The school graduated several famous alumni and faculty. Jeanne Dixon and the Amazing Criswell were lecturers at the school in the 50s, 60s and 70s and three of the more well-known alumni included Sylvia Browne Class of 1954 and 1st Runner-up Home-coming Queen Year of 1953 and Uri Gellar, Class of 1964 and voted most likely ‘To Go Insane From a Brain Mutation Gone Horribly, Horribly Wrong” and Stephen King, class of 1965. MK Ultra Academy was initially formed to combat and compete with the Soviet Union and to prevent a psi-gap from forming. The Russians already had a school up and running in 1951 located in Leningrad and it was known as “The People’s University of Baba Yagaism”. Head-Master Victor Adamenko oversaw the schools daily operations until it was disbanded by Krushchev in 1971 after he’d learned that one of the psychics predicted the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989. The official Soviet party line was that all the students in the Spring of 1971 were bused to a farm on the out-skirts of Chernobyl, shot in the head, and buried on a hill that overlooked the construction of the nuclear power plant. The un-official Soviet party line was that all the students in the Spring of 1971 were bused to a farm on the out-skirts of Chernobyl, shot in the head, and buried on a hill that overlooked the construction of the nuclear power plant. Krushchev was later quoted as saying that a true psychic would have seen that coming. It was reported by the KGB officers who participated in that ill-fated field-trip that all the psychic students became hysterically once they arrived at Chernobyl and they claimed that the air was burning their lungs.
Once the American school was disbanded, the students and former students were warned not to use their powers for gain or profit. Sylvia Browne, Jeanne Dixon, and Uri Geller completely disregarded those orders and immediately hit the TV and entertainment circuit, making millions off their gifts. The CIA had no choice but to deploy their Psi-Hit Squad of James Randi, Richard Feynman, and Martin Gardner to discredit and offer a “mundane” reason of how the Big Three’s powers worked. Lesser known psychics who profited off Vegas and Atlantic City where quietly exterminated and never heard from again. Stephen King became a best-selling author who wrote ‘fiction’ and was not troubled by the Psi-Hit Squad.