Friday, August 1, 2008

The Psychic Soldier And The Super Warrior

I stumbled upon this video the other day. I'm not really into conspiracy stuff anymore but I really enjoyed watching these two slices of Americana corroborate each others' story.

Duncan O'Finioan believes that he was crafted into the "Ultimate Warrior", as part of a government Black Ops program called Project Talent. His psychic and physical abilities were honed until he and several other children were weapons of mass destruction. Some of his claims include:

– Dizzying enhanced physical and psychic abilities... including the abilities to hurl someone across the room with his mind, and walk through a solid wall.

– His right arm is “hardwired” and is capable of astonishing speed and strength.

– His role as a programmed assassin, targeting Americans under the command of an undisclosed agency.

– He and 11 other children were flown to Cambodia to deliver a targeted death blow to all the surrounding Khmer Rouge troops... using only the combined power of their minds.

Wild Stuff. Stuff that could be easily verified with a demonstration, but I guess that really isn't that important. He reminds me of a redneck Terry Gilliam for some reason.

Forty something years ago Duncan met David Corso, an equally devastating fighting machine. Corso didn't have the psychic abilities his young friend had, but apparently the things he did were so crazy that the governemnt neuralyzed him and stuck some false memories in there to boot!

In 1967 Corso and his platoon were in one hell of a firefight, when a chopper lands in the middle of a field. Twelve children emerged from the helicopter and began to hold hands. Suddenly there was a bright flash that knocked out the American soldiers but simultaneously killed over 2000 Vietcong! Wow! That's my kind of weapon. Duncan was supposedly one of those children. They killed with their collective minds!

You really kind of start to like these guys, you want to believe them, but they've forgotten more than they can remember. They start to tell a story and then can't remember huge chunks of it. Fully half the questions asked by the interviewer are answered with, "I wish I knew" or "I just can't remember". It's actually absurd, but I really get a kick out of it.

There's also a forum where Duncan allegedly logged in and answered questions.

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