‘Dream Detective’ puts video evidence on Internet
UNITED KINGDOM. Chris Robinson’s unusual psychic talents have earned him the title of “Dream Detective”. An office cleaner by day, Robinson – who lives in Bedfordshire, north of London – turns into a psychic at night, when he goes to bed. His premonitions about the future come to him in dreams, which he records meticulously in his dream diary.
Over the years they have predicted air crashes and IRA attacks on mainland Britain. He also claims to have foreseen the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, the Lockerbie plane crash, and also the murder in London of TV presenter Jill Dando.
Much of this has been featured on British, American, Japanese and German television programmes, often with Robinson allowing his abilities to be put to the test. Prof Gary Schwartz at the University of Arizona has also conducted a series of experiments with the British psychic. Now Robinson has posted his video collection of these remarkable interviews and evidential tests to the Internet.
It was on 11 August 2001, while at the University of Arizona, that Robinson told Schwartz, during their morning debriefing, “I don’t even want to talk about what I saw last night.” Asked why, he replied: “Because terrorists crashed planes into those twin towers.”
The video clips include his involvement in a case involving a missing Japanese girl, his attempt to warn the organisers of a British air show (at Fairford, Gloucestershire) that two jets would collide during an aerial display – the psychic became an eye-witness to this event – and the successful live experiment he did for TV chat show hosts Richard and Judy which involved him being taken, blindfolded, to a target site, which turned out to be Tower Bridge on the Thames.
Richard and Judy then opened a sealed and signed envelope containing the “clues” that were picked up by Chris Robinson during his dreams the night before. He spoke of a hospital or a bridge with windows – an excellent description of Tower Bridge – near a river and described other things that the TV presenters regarded as highly relevant.
Earlier during the same Richard and Judy TV appearance, the presenters made a live call to Prof Schwartz and asked him for his verdict on the results of 10 days of experiments he had conducted with Chris Robinson, taking him to a different location, chosen at random after the dream had been recorded, each day.
Prof Schwartz replied: “Using a technical term, I was blown away by the accuracy! I was completely surprised…. Day after day, he received highly specific information that was related to the process of going to the site, information at the site, and information about the rest of the day, even though the experiment was officially completed.”
Schwartz added that it would have been impressive if he had accurate in five out of the 10 experiments. In fact, he was correct in 10 out of 10.
These and many other TV clips, as well as his own video diaries of the Arizona experiments and an interview with Prof Gary Schwartz, together totalling over three hours of recordings, can be found by clicking here
Some of these clips will be better understood, or be put into context, by a visit to Chris Robinson’s own website