BBC: ‘Telepathy could have been used to compel four young Turkish engineers to kill themselves, it’s been suggested’.

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Telepathy could have been used to compel four young Turkish engineers to kill themselves, it’s been suggested.

bbc.co.uk reports..

That’s one explanation of the deaths of four workers at the defence giant Aselsan contained in a report presented to the PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan, according to reports. All four deaths, within the space of 14 months during 2006 and 2007, were initially recorded as suicides. The men had been undergoing psychological treatment before they died but doubts persisted from their sceptical families, reports newspaper Today’s Zaman. And last year the Inspection Board of the Prime Ministry launched a fresh probe.

Included in its report was a study by a neuropsychologist, Nevzat Tarhan, who asks prosecutors not to disregard the possibility of telepathy causing severe distress and headaches in the victims, giving them a tendency to kill themselves, reports Hurriyet Daily News. Brainwaves could have been sent from 1.5km (just under a mile) away, Hurriyet quotes Tarhan as saying. The report apparently doesn’t offer a clear answer as to whether the deaths were murder or suicide but it’s been submitted to the Ankara Chief Prosecutor’s Office for further investigation.
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Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-news-from-elsewhere-23590756


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