Both the Soviet Union and the United States experimented with remote viewing, psychic communication and mind control as a means of gathering intelligence through the 20th century.
So far as anyone knows, they failed utterly.
Now, all that is left of their efforts is ruins, in places so remote, so inconsequential, that they do not appear on maps – they do not rate names.
One such place is the town known only as City 512. Officially, nothing ever happened there.
There are questions. Persistent, nagging questions. What was the relationship between City 512 and the Petroska Station Project? What caused CSIS to take such an interest in City 512, in the months surrounding the turn of the century? Where is Fyodor Kolyokov?
Interview Transcript obtained from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service 02/05/2012 through the Freedom of Information Act, re: Documents Pertaining to Investigation of City 512 and/or The Cloridorme Incident.