In 1982 the dog at the Lawrence family home in England spent a rough night, whining and mooching around downstairs, and family members had to keep going down to comfort him, they'd never seen him act like that before.
It turned out that his master Bob Lawrence was fighting in the battle of Tumbledown in the Falklands 8000 miles away that night and got shot in the head. (he survived).
Maybe his dog could sense the emotional trauma he was going through?
Lawrence recounts it in his book 'Tumbledown'
Sat 19 Dec, 2015 09:57 am
I don't see the problem here. There is an over abundnce of evidence for esp.
Saying that it doesn't exist or isn't proved is a ridiculous statement of course.