Can your dog read your mind? FOIA for 1952 report kicked up for further review

Could a fighting fleet of Fidos fetch foreign forces’ thoughts?

Written by Michael Morisy
Edited by George LeVines

The facts are murky, the implications dire. My source, a reliable one, tells me this: In 1952, the U.S. Military appears to have commissioned a report from Duke University’s Durham NC School of Medicine (Author: E. Markee) on ExtraSensory Perception in Dogs. The final report was 16 pages. Sixteen pages that have never been, as far as I can tell, released publicly.

We now have official confirmation of the report’s existence. 16 pages that are, as of now, being held and reviewed by the Army Public Affairs Office.

The request is now overdue by two months. We implore you, Army Public Affairs Office: Free this report. Free our (dogs’) minds.

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