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True skepticism does not begin by being anti-anything. The processes of open consideration and examination (i.e., research) will ultimately establish whether something exists or not. ~ Ingo Swann

Photos of Ingo Swann I have taken over the years.

Ingo Swann with Cleve Backster, 2002

Ingo Swann with Cleve Backster in Hal Puthoff's house during the 2002 IRVA Remote Viewing Conference. Cleve was the go-between for the first meeting between Ingo and Hal, which ultimately led to the creation of the remote viewing program.

Ingo Swann at ease with a cigar

Ingo relaxing with a cigar in his basement studio.

Bill Ray, Paul H. Smith, Ed Dames, Ingo Swann, Tom McNear, and Charlene Shufelt

Ingo Swann (top-center) in 1984 with military remote viewing students Bill Ray, Paul H. Smith, Ed Dames, Tom McNear, and Charlene Shufelt.

 

Ingo Swann with James Spottiswoode, Hal Puthoff, and John and Virginia McCaughan

Ingo Swann with James Spottiswoode, John and Virginia McCaughan, and Hal Puthoff at the 2003 Remote Viewing Conference in Virginia Beach.

 

Ingo Swann with admirers at the 2003 Remote Viewing Conference

Ingo conversing with attendees at the joint A.R.E./IRVA remote viewing conference.

 

Ingo Swann jotting down thoughts, 1999

Ingo explaining a point of remote viewing theory in New York City in 1999.

 

Ingo Swann with the children of Paul H. Smith, 1985

Ingo Swann with James, Christopher, and Mary Elizabeth Smith on the steps of his apartment building in 1985.

 

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith's son James, 2002

Ingo with James Paul Smith in Austin, TX

 

Reunion -- Ingo Swann with Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ

First time reunited in 20 years: Hal Puthoff (l), Ingo Swann, and Russell Targ, founders of the CIA-sponsored Stanford Research Institute remote viewing program at the 2002 IRVA Remote Viewing Conference.

 

Ingo Swann with sister Murleen in 2005

Ingo Swann with his sister Murleen in a Manhattan park.

 

Ingo Swann feeding squirrel, 2005

Ingo feeding a squirrel he had made friends with. He came here often during the summers to relax and through tidbits to the squirrels and pigeons.

 

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith, 2005

Ingo Swann and Paul H. Smith on the front steps of Ingo's building.

 

Ingo Swann with Bob Durant, 2010

Ingo with his close friend Bob Durant in 2010. Bob, along with journalist Jim Schnabel, were trained in remote viewing by Ingo in 1996. Bob was instrumental in nursing Ingo back to health after his serious fall on icy streets in 2003.

 

Ingo Swann and sister Murleen in front door of his dwelling

Ingo Swann and his sister Murleen on the front steps of his Bowery apartment building.

 

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith, 2010

Paul H. Smith with Ingo Swann in Ingo's basement studio in 2010.

 

Ingo Swann with Bill Higgins and John Alexander

John Alexander (l), Ingo Swann, and Bill Higgins conferring at a remote viewing conference.

 

Ingo Swann with friend Mary Anne

Ingo relaxing with his friend Mary Anne at a coffee shop around the corner from his house.

 

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith, 1999

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith in front of Ingo's painting "The Lightbearer," in 1999.

 

Ingo Swann in front of couch and Lightbearer painging

Ingo sitting in front of his painting "The Lightbearer."

 

Ingo Swann with Russell Targ and Tom Burgin

Ingo with Russell Targ and Tom Burgin, Ingo's long-time student and webmaster.

 

Ingo Swann with Bob Durant in front of "Millennium"

Ingo Swann and Bob Durant in front of "Millennium," Ingo's masterwork.

 

Ingo Swann holding court at a remote viewing conference

Ingo Swann holding court at an IRVA remote viewing conference.

 

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith

Ingo Swann with Paul H. Smith in Manhattan.

 

Ingo Swann with Stanislave Ojac

Ingo with friend Stanislaw Ojac.

 

Ingo Swann relaxing at Hal Puthoff's house during the 2002 Remote Viewing Conference

Ingo Douglas Swann (1933-2013)

 

 

 See more Ingo Swann photos on our Rogues Gallery page.

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