MURDER - A LAWYER
VALIDATES - a most spectacular paranormal television series
SKEPTICS: $100,000 CHALLENGE - TO PUT UP OR SHUT UP! - SEE
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of the most highly valued television series anwhere in the world
is SENSING MURDER (NZ) - It is a most sensationl paranormal series
ever recorded in the history of television. There are some of
the most brilliant, highly gifted forensic psychic-mediums. The
accuracy of their mediiumship is just absolutely stunning - identifying
between 40 and 80 correct hits- (without being given information
about the case - except a picture of the victim where it is kept
face downwards half of the time): - identifying also the gender,
age, maritial status, the name, how the victim was killed, and
on many occasions WHO actually killed the victim.
Murder – A Lawyer Evaluates The Tracey Ann Patient episode
New Zealand version of “Sensing Murder” (Ninox TV/TV
NZ Production) was shown in Australia. (Picture above
shows left: Sue Nicholson, Deb Webber and Kelvin Cruickshank,
regulars in Sensin Murder). We fully understand that when it was
shown in New Zealand some months ago, Sensing Murder raised much
controversy. Anything of value inevitably would raise controversy
– and so it should. Why? Read full article: First
SECOND ARTICLE: AUSTRALIAN
PSYCHICS BEAT 'ORTHODOX' SCIENCE:
first episode of the new Australian series of Sensing Murder featured
two psychics Debbie Malone and Scot Russell-Hill. These gifted
psychics were told ONLY that they would help solve a murder -
nothing else. They were both brought from interstate - some 500
miles away and had no knowledge of the local area or history.
25 DIRECT HITS!
Yet working independently they came up with some 25 critical 'DIRECT
HITS' which stunned orthodox science - even the hardened skeptics.
For example they identified:
the victim was female, her name as 'Sarah', she was in the early
twenties, body still missing, victim dead around 13 years- (was
15 years), coming home from tennis, cream colored early 80's Holden
Commodore, the victim was attacked getting into her little red
car, Frankston was the area, but Kananook was the specific place
of the murder, was killed by a knife, attacker identified by name,
the incident was at night, the killer was with a group, there
was a female in the group - in the group there was one member
nicknamed the 'dwarfie' (identified), group leader nicknamed 'rat-head,'.
The exact parking space used by the victim was accurately identified
by the psychics. They identified where there had been blood on
the ground and where a witness who hadn't come forward had stood.
Scott drew up a map which was identical to the area concerned.
Read full article - Second
evidence about communicating with those in the afterlife dimension
The most spectacular, brilliant ‘reading’ ever about
an unsolved case – mediums shocking the viewers –
and the police – revealing for the first time the NAME of
the victim, WHERE the crime was committed, HOW the victim was
killed, WHAT weapon was used, WHO the killers were and the MOTIVATION
for the killing of the victim.
One of the most spectacular
demonstrations of mental mediumship ever given on television to
demonstrate communication with the afterlife was in the episode
‘Last Orders’ of Sensing Murder (in NZ).
brilliant mediums, Australian Deb Webber (pictured, left) and
New Zealander Kelvin Cruickshank
(pictured, right) independently gave highly accurate information
about an unsolved murder which happened in 1993.
Deb Webber was in the
top 5% of the mediums who applied to do the mediumship for Sensing
Murder in Australia and Kelvin was in the top 3% who applied in
New Zealand Read
full article Third
Fourth article Sensing Murder –
A Lawyer Evaluates The Tracey Ann Patient episode (those
coming from the homesite skip the bracketed introduction - and
go from the bold print below) (Just recently, the New Zealand
version of “Sensing Murder” (Ninox TV/TV NZ Production)
was shown in Australia. We fully understand that when it was shown
in New Zealand some months ago, Sensing Murder raised much controversy.
Anything of value inevitably would raise controversy – and
so it should. Why?
will force us to closely examine the evidence of the controversial
issue. In this case the critical issues are the paranormal and
afterlife. My professional background is the admissibility of
evidence. To resolve the issues therefore we have to closely look
at the objective evidence – and to remove all existing prejudices.
FIFTH ARTICLE: Sensing Murder - A Lawyer Rebuts Skeptical 'Scientist'
So, are there any scientists who have vocalized opposition to
the above mentioned episode of Sensing Murder documentary?
The only one
I could find lives in New Zealand – I call him F Fisi who
says he once had connections with Auckland University. He’s
been noisily provocative, has been disseminating erroneous information,
is most negatively vocal and shows he has not done any psychic
investigations at all. He shows he has not studied the works of
those scientists who unqualifiedly accepted the paranormal after
they used their scientific expertise investigating the paranormal
and the afterlife evidence. Read full article: Fifth
Brilliant Scientists who Accepted the Paranormal:
Some of these
scientists include Sir William Crookes, the most decorated scientist
of his time, physicist Sir Oliver Lodge, a Fellow of the prestigious
Royal Society, Sir William Barrett, Dr J J Thompson the discoverer
of the electron, Alfred Russell Wallace. More recently we have
other physicists who have explained the existence of the paranormal,
for example, physicist Professor Fred Alan Wolf, physicist Nobel
Laureate Professor Brian Josephson, Professor Jessica Utts, physicist
Dr Harold Puthoff, Professor Russell Targ, Professor Dr Ernst
Senkowski, physicist Dr Amit Goswami, scientist Ron Pearson, physicist
Professor John Bockris, physicist Dr Claude Swanson, Professor
Marilyn Schlitz, Dr Dean Radin whose brilliant book showing in
scientific terms why the paranormal is to be accepted in his book
The Conscious Univserse– now because of its critical importance
to the ‘new science’ was translated into fourteen
languages. There are of course dozens of other scientists who
have accepted the paranormal.