Flashback: BBC reports “mind control” telepathy was beamed to victims giving them severe headaches and a tendency to kill themselves

Sunday, July 9, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Sunday, July 09, 2017

From the world of unexplained phenomena: Is it possible to almost supernaturally brainwash people to such an extent that they would actually consider – or even go through with – committing suicide against their will? A BBC report from 2013 suggests that this might be the case, pointing to a suspicious quad-suicide incident that occurred in Turkey back in 2006 and 2007.

All four of the victims were reportedly engineers who had worked for Turkish defense contractor Aselsan, one of the country’s leading military electronics companies. Because of the company’s high profile, and the nature of these victims’ jobs prior to their deaths, the bizarre incident sparked an investigation by the Turkish Prime Ministry Inspection Board, which ultimately ruled that the alleged suicides could have been the result of what they called “telekinesis.”

In a report presented to the Ankara Public Prosecutor, the Board claimed that the victims could have been steered towards committing suicide through a form of mind control that’s been the subject of research by neuropsychology expert Nevzat Tarhan. Since the deaths, which occurred almost back-to-back over the course of 14 months, were immediately ruled a suicide, the Board urged the prosecution to consider the possibility of foul play in the form of telekinesis.

According to that same report, which included a study by Tarhan, the mind control weaponry that may have been used could have caused the victims to suffer severe distress and headaches. Tarhan also cited the possibility that the victims may have suffered an overcharge of electromagnetics, indicating possible neglect. In either case, these factors may have driven the victims to take their own lives.

“All three engineers were working on a friend-or-foe recognition system for Turkish warplanes at the time of their suicides, which had been brought back to public debate during the Ergenekon coup trials,” reported Hurriyet Daily News.

Turkish journalist claimed telekinetic forces were trying to kill Prime Minister Erdoğan

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