Anomaly targets have been and continue to be massive distractions from legitimate remote viewing. Much time that should have been spent on developing concrete and reliable remote viewing skills and using RV to solve practical challenges is regularly frittered away by taskers and remote viewers scrambling down the holes of imaginary rabbits. This rarely does anything beyond turning remote viewing into little more than a form of vacuous entertainment. Do not allow yourself to become one of these imaginary rabbit chasers!
On the other hand, this does not mean that there aren’t sometimes legitimate reasons (and occasions) where remote viewing anomalies such as UFO/UAPs, strange occurrences, cryptozoological creatures, seemingly supernatural phenomena and the like might not be appropriate. This presentation and workshop will educate you on the problems with, and the proper approaches to use in remote viewing anomaly targets when there is a good reason to do so. Though Paul H. Smith, your guide for this presentation/workshop generally tries to avoid working on such anomaly targets without those good reasons, he nonetheless has plenty of experience in handling these sorts of cases, using methods that are scientifically rigorous and designed to enhance the chances of producing more accurate results and decreasing contamination from fantasy elements or bad tasking.