CASE-No 1: Late one afternoon a seventeen-year-old boy sat at his typewriter in his parents' Michigan home. As the sun started to set and the room darkened, he reached for the light switch. But before his hand could touch it, he sensed a voice saying, "Don't turn on-the light." The impression was so eerie and out of the ordinary that the young typist felt compelled to return to his work without the benefit of additional light. A few minutes later it was getting too dark to work, and he reached a second time for the switch. Again the warning, "Don't turn on the light." It was only seconds later that a utility lineman came to the front porch warning the family not to touch any electrical switch because a high voltage wire was down across the line to the house. This happened in 1915, and the young man, Harold Sherman, went on to become one of the twentieth century's most famous "psychics."
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