House in Fort Meade, Maryland, where psychics gathered to remotely spy on the U.S. embassy in Iran during the hostage crisis. The house was razed when the psychic program ended in 1995.
House in Fort Meade, Maryland, where psychics gathered to remotely spy on the U.S. embassy in Iran during the hostage crisis. The house was razed when the psychic program ended in 1995. Courtesy/Edwin C. May
House in Fort Meade, Maryland, where psychics gathered to remotely spy on the U.S. embassy in Iran during the hostage crisis. The house was razed when the psychic program ended in 1995. Courtesy/Edwin C. May

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