In his book “The Third Man Factor: Surviving the Impossible,” John Geiger explores the mysterious and fascinating phenomenon of individuals experiencing the sensation of a “third man” or presence during moments of extreme stress or danger. From mountain climbers and explorers to prisoners of war and disaster survivors, Geiger examines numerous accounts of people reporting the feeling of an unexplained presence aiding and guiding them through these harrowing experiences.
Listen in on our discussion with John as we delve deeper into the Third Man Factor, exploring the stories of those who have experienced it and the implications for our understanding of the paranormal, human consciousness and resilience in the face of adversity.
John Geiger is the CEO of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society. He is the internationally bestselling author of seven books, a former chair of the Editorial Board of The Globe and Mail and has been awarded with the Order of Canada.