In â€œAdventures in Timeâ€, Andrew MacKenzie presents a number of cases of apparent retrocognition; that is, hallucinatory perception of past places and buildings, sometimes with the associated people. Whatever one may think of the antecedent probability or possibility of such things, this is a serious study. As Alan Gauld points out in his Introduction, MacKenzieâ€™s treatment of his subject is far from sensationalist. He analyses the reports critically and considers all possible â€œnormalâ€ explanations; some of the reports, in fact, he concludes can be attributed to misperception or mis-remembering. Not all, however. Read the review.