Do some spirits of the dead, connect to help write some authors books? this has always been a fascinating question. Through the countless interviews and said research done since about 2004, we have been searching for this very answer. There has been documented cases, even murders solved. Were the answers some how portrayed through the dead.
Some police officers and law enforcement agencies seem to have trouble acknowledging the contributions of psychics to the solving of crimes. Mean spirited and cheerless skeptics appear to take pride in underlining the occasions when the work of psychics is inaccurate or duplicates information already discovered.
But there are cases where there can be no doubt that the contribution of psychics to the solving of a case was beneficial or even vital. Bodies found that would never have been located without the advice of a psychic, suspects described and even identified through the gifts of people with special insights; these are the mysterious, but essential pieces of the puzzle that psychics can bring to investigators
Maria Scott was a murder victim, the local constable, Detective Senior-Constable Jeffrey Little had called in a local well known psychic, Debbie Malone to see if she could give the local detective some clues they may had missed or just did not find.
she was to give her impressions of Maria’s case. He was astounded at the results. Although he knew the psychic’s evidence would never hold up in court, the detail of Debbie’s knowledge of the case was amazing.
Debbie was taken to the cabin where they thought Maria Scott had met her death and, despite the fact that much of the cabin had been changed, Malone identified the layout as it was when Scott died. She was able to locate where the knife was found, even though the drainpipe it was hidden in had been moved with the sink during the renovations.
Malone pointed out many details of objects and events that occurred in the course of the murder, some confirming the facts known and others explaining how events took place. Most startling was her confusion as she felt the murderer walk through her while she stood in the space. She explained that only ghosts could have such an effect. This was before Detective Senior-Constable Little told Debbie that Brown had committed suicide a few weeks after relocating to Queensland.
In 1976, a 14 year old girl, left her home and was never seen again. There were no witnesses and the police had stated she just disappeared without a trace. because of all the confusion and lack of leads from the police, the family of the missing 14 year old decided they would call in Dorothy Allison, a renowned psychic.Dorothy Allison provided a number of clues that proved central to the discovery of the girl and the killer being brought to justice. Initially, she asked the significance of the number 2562. A seemingly random series of digits, but the girl’s parents recognized them as February 5th, 1962, the birthdate of their daughter. This gave them some confidence that the psychic was genuine.She then went on to describe a place with two sets of twin Church steeples and a pair of smoke stacks. She spoke of swamp and marshland and the girl’s father, exasperated at the Police inaction, began to explore neighboring towns until he came to a location that fitted the description.
He found an abandoned car as predicted by Dorothy Allison and, disturbingly, the large red letters “MAR” written on a rock and in keeping with the psychic’s vision. But with a lack of resources and fading hope, he failed to find his daughter.
However, sometime after he had given up the search, a group of teenagers came across an oil drum, with the number 222 on the side, dumped in a waterhole. They didn’t realize that these three pieces of information had been provided to the parents, the last being quite specific in that the girl was in water, but she had not drowned. The teenagers discovered the body of the fourteen-year-old in the oil drum.
Dorothy Allison also had to break the news to the parents that their daughter had been strangled by her boyfriend, whom she named. When this was passed on to the police they were able to find him and they learned that he had strangled the girl, placed her in the oil drum and dumped her in the waterhole.
In 1996, Paula Brown, a “happy, bubbly and friendly” hairdresser was out on the town with friends in Sydney, Australia. But she disappeared in the course of the night and, in the coming days her fiancée would request the help of psychics in the search for Paula.
Eight days after that fateful night, Paula Brown’s body was found. But despite the efforts of Simon Turnbull, Phillipe Durant and another psychic, the police were reticent to acknowledge the accuracy of their work.
In response to Durant’s prediction, the police representative commented, “Even though the body was discovered purely by chance, the speculation by a clairvoyant appears to have been uncannily accurate.” Paula was found less than two kilometers from the location indicated by Durant.
Other psychics also directed the family to the location in Port Botany, Sydney, but the initial search failed to find Paula. A second discovered her only fifteen meters from the original site. Sadly, in keeping with the information of the psychics, she was dead.
Even though they had the body and surveillance camera footage of the area, the police took another six years to bring her suspected killer to an inquest. But the investigation has included claims of involvement by devil worshippers, claims of drug taking and the hypnotism of a witness to help recall information.
While the New South Wales Police are hesitant to recognize the benefit of working with psychics, it is clear that without them Paula Brown’s family could have to wait a great deal longer for justice.
Those are just a few cases, where we know that obviously the spirits may have lead the psychics to assisting the disappearances of the said individuals.
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