|Dr. Vincent Bolé|
|Name||Dr. Vincent Bolé|
|Occupation|| Doctor in the field|
of canine parapsychology
|Appears In||The Lost Experience|
Dr. Vincent "Wally" Bolé is a pioneer in the field of canine parapsychology and neuroveterinary medicine at La Ville Du Chien Jaune Université (The City of the Yellow Dog University) outside of Troisvierges, Luxembourg.
He is the head of the Retrievers Of Truth Institute for the Advancement and Research into the Mental Abilities of Yellow Labrador Retrievers.
The nickname Wally comes from the family's trusted Labrador Retriever who saved his life when, as a child, he fell into an abandoned well on the family estate. After this incident and because he had less-than attentive parents (his father was a near-famous neurosurgeon, his mother a saucier and the co-host of a little-watched TV show) he came to look to the dog as his surrogate parent.
The bond that developed between them and a chance encounter with The Hanso Foundation CEO and founder, Alvar Hanso, at a life-extension workshop in Rangoon would inspire Dr. Bolé to expand his research and eventually create the Retrievers Of Truth Institute for the Advancement and Research into the Mental Abilities of Yellow Labrador Retrievers.
Dr. Bolé has written several books on the subject of canine telepathy including, "Yellow dog, you know my mind," "Don't say fetch, think fetch," and "They may not speak but they say so much." Sadly, at this time all books are out-of-print. (Retrievers of Truth)
"Our best friends are indeed trying to tell us something."
"It's not just that they're trying to talk to us, they're also listening... intently."
"The things that aren't said can be more important than those that are."