Pavel Štěpánek

Pavel Štěpánek (born 1931) is a retired Czech celebrity psychic. He became, during the 1960s, the most tested individual participant in parapsychology experiments, both in terms of number of trials, and number of independent investigators. In 1968, results of these experiments were published in the journal ''Nature'', with Joseph Gaither Pratt as principal author.

Critics have pointed out numerous experimental flaws in the tests that would have resulted in Štěpánek being able to guess correctly with no need for extrasensory perception, and have noted that when these problems were eliminated, Pavel failed the tests. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1991
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Published 1985
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Published 1984
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