Part 1, this describes Perhaps the best known example of retrocognition, ' An Adventure' was a best selling book in 1911 describing the experience of two women that visited Versailles and seemed to have travelled back in time. They told their story and were told that historically they were wrong, they could not have seen what they claimed.
However, these women were determined to prove themselves right and started to research the period they thought they had witnessed and after ten years research and investigation they rewrote history and revised incorrect historical observations.
This begs the question, how did the women know?
This is part 1, I will publish part 2 this time next week. I am sorry but I have exhausted my podcast allowance for this month.