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Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007881000600190001-6 INSCflh1 GRILL. FLAME PROGRAM CLASSIFIED BY.f~iSG,DAf~i:C-ISfi DATED o ~IS1b3OZJtlL7f3 NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS REVIEI~i ONE -Q / GRILL FfAM~ Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-00788R00060aa--8~ ~~ ' `~'./ Approved For Release 2003/a.~~P96-007888000600190001-6 SUMMARY ANALYSIS REMOTE VIEWING SESSION 807 1. (S/NOFORN} This report documents a remote viewing session conducted in compliance with a request for information. 2. (5/NOFORN) The remote viewer's impressions of the target are provided as raw intelligence data, and as such, have nat. been subjected to any intermediate analysis, evaluation or collation. Interpretation and use of the information provided is the responsibility of-the requestor. 3. (S/NOFORN) The protocol used for this session is detailed in the document Grill. Flame Pra~ocol, AMSAA Applied Remote Viewing Protocol (S), undated. 4. (S/NOFORN) Following is a transcript of the viewer's impressions during the remote viewing session. At TAB 6 is target cuing information provided the remote viewer. At TAB A are drawings made in support of this session. SECRET NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS Approved For Release 2003/1: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 REMOTE VIEWING SESSION 807 TIME ~~6.5: This will be a remote viewing session for 27 August 1981 with a start time 1330 hours. Are you on line? ~~Ol: Check. ~~6.5: This will be a pre-session brief. A11 right ~~Ol you have worked this particular problem five times, and I want you to know that ahead of time. No biggie. What we are going to be doing is going to be trying to .help a team from 50UTHCOM, who are going in on the ground, who are already an the ground searching for this UN-lH helicopter that crashed back on the 17th of February, 0700 hours, local time.- The tail number is 7321711. We will refer to that by the call sign 711. You want to lank at the UH again? ~~Ol: Yes. ~~6.5: Our job then is to help this search team locate this helicopter. That's our mission today, and I'm going to have a series of questions...... I've got same coordinates that we're going. to work off of, .and everything else.. But, when we first start the session I want you to focus solely on where the plane crashed. That'll be your job. That'll be my first direction to to go to location to where----okay, and from there we'll take off. Are there any questions? ~~01: Nope . ~~6.5: Are you ready for this one? .This is going to be the humdinger.. Yau have 26 minutes to relax. I will put this on pause and later we will get back in business. ~~6.5: Okay ~~01, we are going to start. the session now. I want you to relax; l want you to concentrate, focus an the helicopter call signs 711. Focus an the location where that plane crashed on 17 February 1981.. Focus yourself, your attention on that. helicopter right now. Relax and.cancentrate on it. Let me know when you have arrived a.t that crash site. .~03 ~~Ol : Okay . Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/ - DP96-007888000600190001-6 ~F6.5: Okay. First thing we want to do 401, we .want to determine the altitude at which this helicopter crashed. Determine the altitude where this helicopter crashed in landing. What is the helicopter altitude of that location? ~~01: Okay. Just a minute. ~~6.5: Okay. Take your time. ~~Ol: I get. about 1100 feet, thousand to' 11.00 feet. ~~6.5: Okay, I understand the plane crashed at an altitude of about 1100 feet. ~~Ol: Correct. #6.5: Okay. Where? ~~Ol: It's above sea level. ~~6.5: Aha. I understand. I want you to describe the area, very. briefly, the area that you see the helicopter in right now. ~~01: Uery thick jungle. It's like multiple canopy jungle. It's very tall trees, thick, space, and then like large bushes.. large brush...very high, maybe 12 feet. Also very thick. It's about a 6 degree grade. The, where it:~is'.land'(phonetic) it's upside down and on its left side. It's damaged severely as it came through the trees. About two-thirds up the side of this hil1.....mountain in the background....and a river.... mountaintop looks like a half a flat ledge going around the front .............that's all I'm getting. ~~6.5: Okay. I want to try something new ~~01 to aid the search team today. I'm going to give you same coordinates. What I want you to do is to focus nn the crash site. Keep that in mind, be aware of where that is and store it in one corner of your of your mind. Then I will. give you this coordinate, and I want to know if there is a relationship to the crash site to the coordinate that I give you. Okay? ~~0'l:a Aha. (affirmative) +09 ~~6.5: Okay. The first set of coordinates I give you: 04 degrees, 28 minutes, 30 seconds South 79 degrees, 25 minutes, 40 seconds West 1-ocus on that coordinate keeping in mind where the helicopter crashed, and tell me if there is a relationship between the two. Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/'~~P'~r6-007888000600190001-6 ~~Ol; I'm not getting any direct relationship. That apparently is to the northeast crash site...... ~~6.5: Can you tell how far? ~kD1,: Four clicks, five clocks. That's kilometers.. ~~6.5: Okay.. Again,. concentrating on the crash site let me read you. another coordinate: 04 degrees, 27 minutes, 30 seconds South 79 degrees, 26 minutes, 25 seconds West Concentrate on that coordinate in relationship to the crash site. ~~01;: I'm not getting anything at all with that coordinate. Nothing at all is happening with that. ~~6.5: Okay ................Let me give .you a third coordinate. Again,. concentrating on the relationship between. the coordinate I give you and the crash site: 04 degrees, 27 minutes, 30 seconds South 79 degrees, 24 minutes, 50 seconds West Concentrate on the relationship between that coordinate and the crash site.. It's further south. Sort of east, southeast crash site...... All I saw...about six kilometers. ~f6.5: Okay.- Let me give you the final coordinate: 04 degrees, 26 minutes, 05 seconds South 79 degrees, 27 minutes, 30 seconds West Relationship now, concentrate on the relationship between that coordinate and the crash site. PAUSE ~~0:1: It's like up, up hill ....feel like I just sw.i.tched.west... dash site and up the side of a mountain....perhaps.the center. of the mountain or just past center of the mountain. It's about four kilometers.. No. It's furt-her than that. Seven kilometers. It's hard to tell because it's up. ~~6.5: Okay. l understand.. Okay, from any of those four coordinates, ~~01, concentrating all your awareness on it, from which one would it be easiest to find the helicopter? Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/1~~-007888000600190001-6 ;;~~Q1. In the mountain coordinate. The last one. ~~6.5: In the last one? ~~:0~1:: Yes. ~~6.5: What makes you say that? PAUSE ~,k0]:; The approach has got fewer rivers. It's higher ground..... It's easier downhill than up..... The main reason ..... there's fewer river crossings. Very difficult otherwise.. First coordinate's closer but there's two river crossings. See two rivers. ~~6.5: You're saying in relationship to the first coordinate there are two rivers between that coordinate and the crash site? ~~91: That is correct.. The other two, I'm just kind of indifferent. ~~6.5: In at least one of your sessions ~~01 you talked about people in the area. The natives? #~q~e That is correct. #6.5: Can you tell me here:-,they came from? ~?~(~~;~ Closer to the first coordinate. They're like west, southwest to the first coordinate. Two kilometers, perhaps. On the edge of the first river. ~~6.5: Tell me the name of the village from where they came. #'Q~:;ti Starts with a "P". P-r-e-d something, Prelad...Pred..prel... Prelagos, Prelos, something. like that. 46.5: Okay. I want you to go to that village, at this time ~~01, and tell me about the village. 4k01;:y It's.'s on a cleared river's up on a rise.... just a little agriculture. They're predominant natives of. the area. They're wearing very little loin cloths. Appear to pack their hair in mud or something. Trim it very bowl shape. They're dark, not too dark. They have more of a, reddish hue to their skin. Uery black hair.- Huts are adobe type. mud huts sticks packed with mud. Mostly hunters. Very old village. 46.5: Haw big is this village? Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/0~.~~96-007888000600190001-6 ~~0,1~ Not very large. Perhaps ..:.100 people counting.. women +20 and kids. Chief mode of transportation is canoe. ~~6.5: How many buildings are in this village? ~~Ol: Thirty maximum. Twenty-eight,.. thirty. They`re sort of round (mumble) mud walls.. Everything has a reddish. cast to it like it's a reddish clay, mud that they use. Sort of an oak red.yellow (phonetic).... ~~6.5: Now, from this village to the crash site, how would a search party go? ~~Hl: They would, standing in front of the river, with their back to the village......drawing a perpendicular line to the face of the village......and calling that line zero, it would be about 35 to 40 degrees right of the .zero, perpendicular line. Cross the river, sort of a flat area, another. river.......over to the side of......sart of a hill..... .right side of a hill. Through a valley and then slight grade up the side of another hill. ~f6.5: When these natives visited the crash site, did they travel the whole way on foot? 1~~h,t No. There's.... ..rather than crass the river, they took the river......and it's sort of frog goes right .then left, then right, then left, and arrives at a point east of the crash site.. ~~(,.5: Okay. I want you to be able to concentrate and recall that later on when we do the drawings. At this time I wauld like to try something new.. Slightly different.. I want to use some words and some names and see if we can tell if there's any significance between them and the mission that we are an. Okay? The first one is Solonda. Let me .spell that, S-o-1-o-n-d-a. Now, does that mean anything or have any significance to what we are doing? ~k;01;:: No . ~~6.5: Okay. Amaluza, A-m-a-l-u-z-a. What is the significance ~k_[3:~,:; Amaluza? That's the name of one of the rivers. picture of one of the rivers. Seems like...get a ~F6.5: Is it one of the rivers that leads to the crash site? Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 ~~Q~e One of .the rivers that has to be crossed... I don't think it's one that gees to the crash site. I think it's the second one that's crossed. ~~6.5: Okay. It has to be crossed coming from the village? ~~;: Yes. That's correct. ~~6.5: Okay.- It's the second one that you cross? #~Q1;~ That's correct. May be a tributary off the first river. ~~6.5: Okay. Very good. What is the significance and relationship to what we're doing to the word tuna? ~~(I1:: That's not significant other than that's a nickname of some kind.. ~k6.5: Do you know what it's a nickname of? ?,~Ol,:: No. I just know it''s a nickname.. ~~6.5: Okay. And, finally we have talked before on one of the areas and. referred to as Piedra Blanca.. Do you recall that? ~~6.5: My question is...the question that the search team has, Is there more than one Piedra Blanca? ~~Q1;?. It's two peaks. There's like the Papa and the son...... helicopteris east, southeast of the Papa.. .the son faces it but it ~s further away. ~E~6.5: The one that you're saying is Papa, that's the taller one? ~~Q~;~ That is correct. ~~6.5: Is Papa the one that has the flat top? ~~`Q ;~ That is correct. It's got the ledge around it. ~k6.5: Flat edge on top, okay.. And, how far is Papa from the crash site? ~~Ql;r It's right next to it---3 kilometers. ~~6.5: Okay. Now, the final question I have ~~36. I want you to concentrate on the ground search team, the ground search team that is headed up by a Lieutenant Colonel Rinaldi, R-i-n-a-l-d-i. I want to know haw many men are in this search team, the ground search team. Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RD~~5-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/~~6-007888000600190001-6 ~~Ol: Okay...........It's six counting him.. I think it was planned for mare,-but 1 think it's what they wound up with on the ground---six. ~~6.5: Okay. Concentrating on that. search team now, describe _ their location right now, 1400 hours, our time and whatever time it may be where they are. PAUSE +30 ~~01: They're moving along side a river..... ..parallel to it. ~~6.5: What is their mode of transportation? PAUSE ~~Ol: I have them moving by boat of some kind...sitting dawn... moving along the edge of the river... ~~6.5: Okay. I'm a little confused ~~36. You said that they were moving along side the river parallel to it, but now you're saying they're in the river? X01: Yes. Yes. Aha ............. ~~6.5: Take your time... ~k0;1 No. They're not in the river. Their mode of transportation requires sitting. They're on the ground though. Maybe they're not moving at all and that's why they're sitting. Their direction of travel is parallel to the river. ~~6.5: I have no further questions at this time. Is there anything that you'd like to add? ~~~O.l~ No. That's all. ~~6.5: Well, let me ask .you this. I'll slip it in. How far are they from the crash site now? ,~~Ol:: Four kilometers. They're much further down in altitude than the crash site, though. ~~6.5: Okay.. What can we tell them to get them headed properly from where they aze? Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/~!t~~a~C~IP~6-007888000600190001-6 ~~f~1: We should follow the edge of the river until the flat top mountain is.....a0 degrees off their right, off their right frant....also.should turn to the mountain. That's the most direct way.. ~f6.5: Okay. When they.. do that, when they turn to the mountain, where will that. village be in relationship to where they are and where the target is? ~~01: They`re further than the village now. It's to their left up the river. ~t6.5: Okay. I want you to recall all of that and we'll put that into a drawing. I have no other questions at this time. Is there anything that you'd like to add? /~6.5: Okay. Uery good. I want you to bring your awareness back to this present time here in the roam,. and unwind. Move your toes, and we'll relax far a few minutes and then do some drawings. PAUSE ~~6.5: Okay. You've got your drawings ready? ~k01: Yep.. ~~6.5: Okay. And, this number one, now--- ~~Ol: Number one,. the layout is close to scale in kilometers as I could get it, and it shows the Indian village referenced in the session as "A". "B" is the area that the team is in right now, and their direction of movement.. "C" is the crash site which is indicated with a.multis-cross. "d" is that Blanco mountain; this is the Papa, and the son is indicated . with an arrow and the ward "son." You-know, the smaller one. "E" is the river I was talking about, and it branches. everywhere. Christ, it goes everywhere. ~~6.5: So, we`re showing the main flow.. 101: Yes. The .main flow. "F" is the main flow, .incidentally. T put an arrow right under .the "E" to indicate the main flow. I sensed an abandoned village where I put "F", which may or may not be important. x/6.5: On the main flow, are you saying that the current runs this way? Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 ? ~6-007888000600190001-6 401: Yes. 1k6.5: Let's just stay on... Let me ask you snot-her question. When I read off same coordinates to you, and the first coordinate--------- ~~01: Okay------ Just a second, and I'll tell you where I sensed the first coordinate. to be. I sensed.....we'11 make some X's here...we'll call that the first coordinate. Second coordinate is-off my map; third coordinate I sensed to be south of here. That's the third coordinate. And, the fourth coordinate, I sensed to be way aver here. Actually, it's off the map, but......? . ...............?.. It's just a hair off map. Somewhere between the top of this mountain and off this map is where it`s at. ~~6.5: So, in other words, if, an the fourth coordinate, if you came right aver the tap of Papa and went. down the hill-------- ~k01: ----dawn the valley and up the hill, you'd hit it. That's that flat area on the. side of the hill. ~~01: Page two.. It's just an example of the way the jungle_is laid out....first canopy, second canopy and. then the very high 12 .foot undergrowth, and the way the bird's laying. up underneath there.. Dumber three is the layout of the way the huts look and the village, like the edge of the village up on high ground away from the bank of the river........all, it's kind of like inset in the jungle, and they have like these canopy raised areas in there,. and all the huts are round and like connected together. They`re mud, you know. They put them up like with sticks and then hack mud against a reddish, yellow mud. And. then page four is just the drawing of what the natives. look like and I wrote a whole bunch of stuff on there. That's it, really. ~~6.5: Okay.. I was just looking at your first map here, again, on the area and saying, in response to.the question, if you follow down into a flat top mountain with a0 degree off your front, yob're talking about someplace in here------ ~~01: Somewhere in there. -I'll draw a dotted. circle... Inside the dotted circle, you would be, and if this line was zero degrees .....then this would be 80 degrees.- ~~6.5: Is_that paint here that I'm pointing ta, is that another river going in between these two mountains? Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/'I~"~AI'~P~6-007888000600190001-6 ~~Ol: Yes. lt's like a tributory. But, I'm not sure if it's exactly where you would make that right or nat. ~k6.5: Sure, but it would be nearby there. ~~01: But, it's nearby there, yes. It drops to, .through lower hills. Actually, the whole flow of this land is going downhill the direction. of this large arrow that I'm going to put on this paper....sort of southeast ....the whale flow of the land is sort. of downhill southeast. x/6.5: Okay.: Uery goad. Is-there anything else you want to add? ~~Ol: No. That's a11. ~~6.:5: End of session then. Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 TAB Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 $ .. A2Eq ~~ 7''~'A~t ~.. "$t~.~kJUCD ~~ ~-rtTtJ. A$P~ ~ FD ~ V tu-A~ E Approved For Relea At~t?Xt1~iRl'E SCAC.E I+J Ktt~1i~AETERS 0 ~,. ~---' f S~r CprJatt ~--- t1 Epp{ ~ UNo Ea 4 a,r~ wrtt APPRox ~ Z' ~~ c H Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 0 Apiedelease 2003/0/10:CIA-RDF~96~~07~~R00060~19~01-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 n! Approved For Release 2003/0/10 : CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 ~~~ ~,, , Est / S _be~, i*j ~" ,t, ~ , Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 [ ~) Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 TAB Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/ -007888000600190001-6 TARGET CUING INFORMATION. 1. (S/NOFORN) Just prior to the start of the session,. the remote viewer was shown the attached photograph of a UH-1H helicopter with identifying data on it. 2. (S/NOFORN) During the session, the interviewer asked the remote viewer to respond to the following specific questions (NOTE: These questions had been provided to the .project manager by SFC Wheeler of SDUTHCOM): a. At what altitude did the helicopter crash into. the ground? b. First coordinate: D4 degrees, 28 minutes, 30 seconds South 79 degrees, 25 minutes, 40 seconds West What is the relationship of this coordinate to the crash site? ' c. Second coordinate: 04 degrees, 27 minutes, 30 seconds South 79 degrees, 26 .minutes, 25 seconds West What is the relationship of this coordinate to the- crash site? d. Third coordinate: OBE degrees, 27 minutes, 30 seconds South 79 degrees, 24 minutes, 50 seconds West What is the relationship of this coordinate to the crash site? e. Fourth coordinate: 04 degrees, 26 minutes 05.seconds South 79 degrees, 27 minutes, 30 seconds West What is relationship of this coordinate to the crash site? f. What is the name of the vilhage that the natives came from, and how many people live there? Does "Solonda" mean anything? h. What is significance of."Amaluza?" i. What is significance of "Tuna?" J? Is there more than. one "Piedra Blanca?" 3. (5/NOFORN) This is the 6th session conducted against this target by this viewer. NOT RELEASABLE TD FOREIGN NATIONALS Approved For Release 2003/09/10: CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 Approved For Release 2003/09/10 :CIA-RDP96-007888000600190001-6 UH -l H