He twice dreamed of Baynes after his death, each time in connection with Churchill, and each time when Churchill was actually in Switzerland, though C. G. did not know this at the time.

For instance, he dreamed that he was sitting at a dinner table with Churchill or Roosevelt when a group of English officers, among whom was Baynes, in civilian clothes, came in.

At this time Churchill had landed near Zurich for his plane to refuel on his way to Africa.

A second dream was similar to the first, except that Roosevelt was not there.

This time, Churchill was spending one night in Geneva on his way to Yalta.

He told us a lot about this visit and his contact with Churchill. ~Esther Harding, Conversations with Jung, Page 13