Although the science of the clairvoyant is discussed by many, the "vision" of a clairvoyant is definitely a mystery that many criticize and question. But what if this mysterious gift could allow families with missing relatives to close?
Investigators have been given psychological evidence for decades, and although most have proven to be useless, some cases have been resolved where the police have been overwhelmed for days and even years to give families peace of mind for their loved ones.
Due to public criticism of the use of a clairvoyant in police investigations and because the “visions” of a clairvoyant could never be used as evidence in court, it is not surprising that a clairvoyant was never officially charged with investigating a crime , but after reading the mysterious disappearances and murders and the shocking, accurate predictions of clairvoyant helpers, you'll wonder why more police stations don't. I have a speed dialer for clairvoyants.
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10 Kristy Robinett Finds Ashley Howley
Um, since she was a child, Kristy Robinett has communicated with spirits who still are not crossed, but it was the ghost of a young woman at her bed who one night robbed her with a criminal investigation.
Old Ashley Howley had disappeared near Columbus, Ohio in 2005 and has been missing for four years when Kristy was allegedly visited by the ghost of the dead girl. After doing some research, Robinett was able to locate the local authorities and family to provide them with information about the case.
She told the detectives that Ashley had been kidnapped and murdered by her friend Robert MacMichael II, and then directed her to the place she thought Ashley would be found. The location was near MacMichael's home. The police thought the whole friend was involved, but they wanted to wait until they had more evidence against him.
This chance came a while later when MacMichael was arrested for murdering his mother and boyfriend. As part of the plea, he revealed the location of Howley's remains, exactly where Robinett had identified.
Robinett said the reason Whyley visited her was that she could be brought to rest and her family could be found closing. Thanks to Robinett and the work of the police, they were able to do just that.
9 Irene Hughes Finds Corpses in Chicago
Until her death in 2012, Irene Hughes had predicted numerous events in Chicago. The city of Chicago helped the police solve puzzles.
In 1966, she helped the police to solve a crime for the first time. She predicted that a man near a large rock in the Cal Sag Canal would be found dead after being shot from behind. He would wear a white shirt and miss a shoe. Sure enough, Lt. Jerry Harmon of the Cook County Sheriff's Department would find the man, just as Hughes had predicted. They would continue to work on eight other cases, including one in which Hughes Harmon would give the exact name of the killer.
Hughes asks for a photo of the victim, sometimes clothing, and uses the photo to meditate and draw conclusions. With this method, she has helped the police in more than two thousand cases over a period of 25 years.
8 Annette Martin thinks Dennis Prado
People don't choose to be a clairvoyant, it just happens and Annette Martin is a prime example. She wanted to be an opera singer, but has been using her unique ability to find missing people for over 20 years.
However, one of her most famous finds was helping the police to locate the body of elder Dennis Prado, who had disappeared from his home. Search and rescue teams had searched the area of a 2,000-acre state park near Pacifica, California for nearly two months to find the man, but had appeared empty-handed. As a last resort, local police presented Martin with a photo of Prado and a card asking if she could identify an area to search.
Martin concentrated on the map and was able to leave the area to the police one eighth of a mile to comb. They were skeptical at first, but the seeker Roberta Hauser took a search dog with him and was able to discover Mr. Prado's body right in the middle of the circle that Martin had pointed out. The police were stunned.
Since this case, Martin has worked closely with various other police authorities to help investigate kidnapping and murder cases. Her gift was reported on various television and radio programs.
7 Laurie McQuary finds Alexis Burke
Alexis Burke, a 28-year-old mother from Lake Oswego, Oregon, was reported missing by her husband John Burke three days after her disappearance in March 1986. The report went on found that Mr. Burke's reactions did not meet the expectations of a man whose wife was missing, and an investigation was launched.
Months later, the family contacted Laurie McQuary psychological, who provided some interesting information about the case.
According to McQuary, the Burke's marriage was troubled by plight over finances and John's lazy attitude toward work. She sees one of the arguments that led to John strangling Alexis and his brother helping him dispose of the body. McQuary described 30 different points regarding Alexis Burke's murder and funeral of Detective Bob Lee, and 29 of these proved to be correct.
Alexis' body was found only 75 meters from the building where John was working. John was convicted and served 13 years in an Oregon state prison. His brother Kelly was identified as his accomplice, but had no time to show detectives where the body was buried.
With the help and accuracy of McQuary's psychological predictions, Detective Lee was able to solve and give in to the murder of Alexis Burke. Her family will be closed.
6 Dorothy Allison Finding Missing Children
After some shockingly accurate premonitions when she was young (like predicting her father's sudden death), Dorothy Allison believed that she had a gift and decided to do so to use gift for the needy. Allison has been helping law enforcement agencies around the world find at least 50 missing children before their death in 1999 for more than 30 years.
Allison often dreamed of locating bodies and suspects and was able to lead law enforcement from there. In 1967, she told the detectives from Nutley, New Jersey, about a boy who would have drowned in a river and whose shoes were on the wrong feet. A month later a little boy with this exact description was discovered. A decade later, a girl was in an oil barrel with the word "MAR" on it. Allison predicted this two years before the girl was found.
Her list of detailed descriptions and tips would go on all her life, leading to TV appearances and a bookstore, but Allison never took money for travel except for travel expenses, so it should be a gift of good to believe in her sight. And although she has had some failures throughout her career, her help has proven helpful in many situations.
5 Carol Pate Finds Tyson Efird
In desperation for answers, a mother sought Carol Pate's psychological help to find help from her missing 17-year-old son Tyson Efird.
Efird was missing on November 14, 1991 from his work at the local food center in Malvern, Arkansas. After a big search without any clues, Efird's mother came to the godfather with the photo of her son, on which Godfather can draw. When she touches the photo, Godfather has a strong connection with the boy, which leads to frightening notions of physical and sexual abuse, a brief description of what his kidnappers look like, and the word "ridge". Most of all, she saw that Efird was alive and gave his parents hope that they could find him.
The godfather was able to lead the police within half a mile of the place where Efird was held in a house on Ridge Road. After six days in captivity, Tyson persuaded his kidnappers to let him go. When he was reunited with his family and told about Pate's vivid visions, he was amazed at how accurate they were. She knew that only he and his attackers would know exactly what had happened to him.
Two men were arrested, brought to trial, and sentenced to three consecutive death sentences for kidnapping and raping Tyson Efird, but Pates' confirmation that it was Tyson. Life during the whole ordeal really brought peace to the family in a difficult time.
4 Etta Louise Smith found Melanie Uribe
Not all psychic visions match the police, as Etta Louise Smith found When her vision led her to Melanie Uribe's body, a 31-year-old nurse was missing reported after not showing up for work.
After viewing a report on Uribe, Smith was overwhelmed by a very strong psychic vision and set out to drive up Lopez Canyon in Los Angeles to search for the body. After a while she discovered the body of Uribe, naked, except for her white nurse's shoes, face down behind a brush. An approaching police car was stopped and Smith left the scene to be faced by detectives in her house later that evening. After hours of questioning, the detectives did not believe in their story of having a psychic vision that led them to Uribe, and were arrested on suspicion of murder.
Smith would spend four days in prison before she was released and the real killer was arrested. Smith claimed to have slandered the character, sued the Los Angeles Police Department and won a settlement for their illegal arrest and the resulting hardship.
3 Phil Jordan finds Tommy Kennedy
During a family picnic in August 1982 Five-year-old Tommy Kennedy escapes from his family because of a tantrum and cannot be found. The family panics and asks the police to search the area unsuccessfully. Desperate to find their son, they turn to local psychologist Phil Jordan for clues.
The last time the boy was seen in a bathing suit with a toy in the pool, the parents feared that he might have gone swimming alone and drowned in the river. However, Phil Jordan felt that the boy was alive.
After getting one of the children's t-shirts to hold, Jordan said he saw the boy sleeping under a tree and was able to outline what the area looked like – a lake with overturned boats and a small house nearby ,
In the morning, the family and detectives went to the location described by Phil Jordan, and within an hour they could find the boy, dirty and scared, but safe.
After the case, Phil Jordan was sworn in as a deputy by the Tioga County sheriff's department so that he could continue to assist at other levels he has at many different levels and with many different agencies across the country.
2 Nancy Weber finds Elizabeth Cornish [1 9659046] In 1987 Elizabeth Cornish was raped and murdered in her apartment by her boyfriend. DNA testing hadn't progressed far enough to help investigators, and their family and neighbor interviews were unsuccessful. In a last attempt, Cornish's sister asked psychologist Nancy Weber for help.
When Weber met with the sister and visited the crime scene, she was able to give the police some startling information that would help to solve the case. She told the detectives that the neighbor upstairs, a man with a western belt buckle and a scar on his face, was the one who attacked Cornish. She also noticed that the suspected timing of the murder by the police was wrong, a fact that was later confirmed by the autopsy, and so this man passed a lie detector test.
With this new information, the police brought the neighbor upstairs, a man named John Reece, and interviewed him again. Sure enough, they could get a full confession from him, and he was later convicted of Cornish's murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
The murder of Elizabeth Cornish is only one of the cases where Nancy Weber was able to support the law enforcement by providing relevant and accurate information early in the investigation. For this reason, she is one of the few clairvoyants who has ever received a badge for her police work, and continues to provide help to those in need.
1 Rosemarie Kerr found Andre Daigle
The distance was no limit for Rosemarie Kerr when it came to her support in the case of Andre Daigle. When Daigle disappeared in June 1987, Kerr lived in Los Angeles, more than 2,000 miles from Daigle's home in New Orleans, but was able to tell his sister some important details that would bring the case to a close.
] Andre Daigle was last seen closing in a pool hall and offered a young woman to drive home with his pickup truck. He never came home that morning and his family worried about him for days until his sister Elise McGinley contacted Rosemarie Kerr and provided her with a photo of her brother and a map of the area. Kerr was moved to the Slidell, Louisiana area, about 30 minutes outside of New Orleans, and told McGinley to be there as soon as possible.
Family members and police officers entered the city and soon discovered that Daigles pickup truck drove past two men who would turn out to be murderers. The men admitted to the police that one of their friends had Daigle picked up so that they could see if they had what it takes to be a criminal by killing him. They beat and strangled Daigle before placing his body in a swamp.
In an interesting twist, Rosemarie Kerr took the standpoint in the trial against the murderers and reported on the vision that would eventually solve the case.
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