Chair Test
A parapsychology test in which a chair number is chosen
randomly from a seating plan for a future meeting at which
seats are not reserved or allocated to specific individuals. The
person who is being tested attempts to describe the appearance,
characteristics, or other details of the individual who will
later attend the meeting and occupy the chair. The Dutch sensitive
Gerard Croiset appears to have had remarkable success
with this type of clairvoyant precognition, which also had been
earlier demonstrated by the French psychic Pascal Forthuny.
Pollack, Jack Harrison. Croiset the Clairvoyant. Garden City,
N.Y. Doubleday, 1964. Reprint, New York Bantam Books,