Captain Hess' Death: Control of Autonomic Nervous System
  • Capt. Gordon Hess, NY Army National Guard.
     
  • Early morning jog, Mar. 4, 1998, Ft. Knox, KY.
     
  • Stabbed himself 26 times with relatively small Leatherneck utility knife.
     
     
    • Penetrated left heart ventricle twice; each a disabling blow
       

    • Penetrated lung with hemorrhaging 4 times (disabling)
       

    • Penetrated liver once
       

    • Four L-shaped wounds (calmly twisted the knife)

     
  • Demonstrates deep control exercised of autonomic nervous system; ignored pain, hemorrhaging, etc. altogether.
     
  • Officially declared a "suicide".  Impossible.
     
  • Probably an acceptance test of Russian psychoenergetics weapon improvement from 1997 (Button and Svoboda).