Before there was an official remote viewing program, there was Uri Geller. In 1972, he traveled to Stanford Research Institute to have his unusual abilities tested under laboratory conditions. Unbeknownst to him, many of these scientists had direct links to the CIA which had a strong interest in his ability to gather information that they could not get in any other way. During this time, he worked with prominent scientists, such as Edgar Mitchell, Russell Targ, and Ingo Swan, who would go on to establish the initial Remote Viewing project. Much of what they did is still secret, but we gain access to footage from these experiments and see, first hand, the astounding results that shaped the CIA’s belief in the paranormal.