A psychologist tries to convince a new patient they do not have extrasensory perception and are therefore not responsible for a past event that haunts them in their dreams. However, a test they devise to prove their patient wrong provides entirely unexpected results, leaving the psychologist wondering about their belief in science.
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Written by Alan V Hare.
Read by Mitchel Tew
Audio Post-production Matthew Erdmann
Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume
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