are many cases on record where gifted psychics and mediums
have given police officers information about crimes. In
many of these cases it was claimed that the information
came clairvoyance, telepathy, remote viewing and precognition.
In other cases it was claimed that the information came
from the spirit of someone in the afterlife. The public
has very little knowledge of these cases.
The best psychics are also gifted mediums
The most successful psychics (people who gather information
using clairvoyance etc) are also mediums (people communicate
directly with the spirit world). Not all psychics are mediums
but all mediums are psychic.
Very few psychics are developed enough to be able to get
information to solve crimes. The television program "Sensing
Murder" tested 100 psychics who applied to be on the
program. They were given a photo of a crime victim in a
solved murder case and had to be able to give details of
the crime- who the victim was, what happened who the killer.
Only5 out of 100 in Australia and
3 out of 75 in New Zealand were able to do this.
Amateur psychics make it hard for police
Police become very frustrated with amateur psychics.
Many telephone the police with what they think is information
and then tell the newspapers they have been called in "to
consult" on the case. This is very annoying if the
psychic is trying to promote their book or workshop. It
wastes time and destroys the trust of police. It also makes
it harder for police to work with gifted psychics in the
future. And when the supposed involvement of the psychic
does not bring results it adds to skepticism about psychics.
In this article we are talking about what I call "forensic
psychics"- psychics and mediums who can repeatedly
look at the picture of a victim of a solved murder and produce
accurate evidential details about the crime.
Why police can't make publictheir
use of psychicsand mediums. Forensic psychics do not claim to be detectives
and they do not claim to solve crimes. They can sometimes
work with police to provide information that helps police
to find missing persons, bodies, murder victims and physical
evidence to convict criminals. It involves a high degree
of trust on both sides and almost always the psychics work
There are very good reasons why police cannot make public
their use of psychics and mediums.
1) Police are drilled in scientific procedures
and forensic science. The culture is very skeptical. 2) The police want to appear able to do
their job properly without help. 3 ) Government officials don't want to
risk being criticized by the media and members of the public
about police using psychics and mediums. 4 ) If it became public the police use
psychics they would have hundreds of amateur psychics
contacting them and wasting their time. 5) Suspects in murder cases could get a
friend posing as a psychic to contact the police to give
them false information. 6 ) Some psychics have been threatened
and attacked because their involvement with police was made
public. If police find a gifted psychic they want to protect
them so they can continue to use them.
Why many forensic psychics don't
1) Mediums and psychics usually do not
get paid for police work. The often only do it as a service
and don't particularly want to be overwhelmed with people
wanting help with unsolved cases. 2 ) It is very stressful work as they experience
all the fear and pain that the victim felt before they died.
3 ) They may feel ongoing pressure from
the spirit of the victim to solve a case. 4 ) Even the best psychics and mediums
are only 80% correct. The information comes to them in pieces.They
have to interpret symbols and snatches of words. They sometimes
feel enormous frustration when they can't give the police
all the information they need. 5 ) Many psychics feel enormous responsibility
when they aren't able to stop tragedies they can see happening
in the future. 6 ) In a few cases (like the Etta Smith
case 10 below) they have even been accused of committing
the crime themselves. 7) Some of them have been threatened by
criminals. Well known American psychic detective Dixie Yosarian
claims to have been shot in the head three times and had
her throat cut by a hit man hired to kill her (see
video). On another occasion police were so concerned
about her that they put her in a witness protection program.
Forensic psychic work is stressful
Most people have no idea how stressful the work of a psychic
detective is. In this video you can see how four mediums
are affected by what they do. They were were part of the
top 5% of applicants chosen for the New Zealand program
Sensing Murder. A skeptical psychologist
hired by the program becomes convinced that they would not
go through what they do if they were not genuine.
Senior police testify to the success of forensic
A number of detectives and senior police officers all over
the world have been willing to risk criticism by their colleagues
by giving video testimony. These
police officers would make excellent witnesses in court.
What can a skeptic say? That
the police are all lying, are being fraudulent? That the
police are all mistaken? That they are all incompetent?
If the psychics are all frauds why do the police keep using
them and say on television they will keep on using them?
Forensic Psychic who found 27 bodies
Laurie McQuary from Lake Oswego Oregon USA claims
that she has helped find the bodies of 27 murder victims
in 26 years. "I've worked with a lot of detectives,
some of them aren't comfortable talking about it. Some of
them don't even want their department to know about it,"
said McQuary. Watch
video interview and read transcript
Police officers who
became professional psychics There are many police
officers who themselves have highly developed psychic skills
and mediumship which they use in their work.
Charles was a police officer in London England for 32
years. His duties ranged from guarding Prime Ministers at
10 Downing Street, members of the Royal Family at Buckingham
Palace, to walking the late Queen Mother round her beautiful
has investigated all manner of crimes from indecency to
aggravated assaults. Keith has also been a medium for 23
years and claims to be in direct contact with victims of
crimes who have died. He is also the author of two books
"Psychic Cop" and "Psychic Detective".
Chuck Bergman was a police officer in the USA for for
32 years. He is also a 3rd generation medium. He is featured
in the Biography Channel's program Psychic Search. Chuck’s
new book, “The
Everything Guide to Evidence of The Afterlife,”
is a scientific approach to the existence of life after
death, along with actual-case readings.
Riley G Mathews Jr was an officer in the NYPD &
US Federal Government
for 11 years. His highly developed paranormal abilities
resulted in numerous important arrests and convictions.
After his retirement from the NYPD with a line-of-duty injury,
he joined forces from Sept 1990 - July 1995 with Police
& Government Agencies around the world using his paranormal
abilities to help solve crimes. Riley G now gives public
as well as private demonstrations, and seminars related
to the paranormal and demonstrations of telepathy, psychometry,
and remote viewing.
Testimony of 100 skeptical police officers who were
convinced after working with gifted forensic psychics.
The following are just some of the well documented cases
of law enforcement officers who at first were very hostile
to psychics. However now they are publicly saying that in
some cases they could not have solved the case without their
This is not anecdotal evidence or hearsay. It is the testimony
of identified reliable expert witnesses that would be accepted
in a court of law reported in exactly the same words as
were used originally in direct speech.
Case 1 Place:Oneida,
New York Case: Murder of four people Psychic: Phil
Jordan Evidence produced: ten most relevant facts
– which led to the arrest and conviction of three
murderers now serving 100 years in prison each. Police Comments:
1) Sheriff Bill Hasenaurer of Oneida
Country Sheriff’s Office,'I
accept the psychics' role in helping with murder cases –
and I will call them again – because they get results,
“I am now a great believer” in psychics
helping the police'.
2)Sgt. Lynton Clark of Oneida
Sheriff’s Officecompletely agreed about
the use of psychics in solving murders.
3)Kurt Hameline, Assistant D.A. of Oneida
County stated words to the effect that using psychic was
critical to catching the murderers.
Source: Court TV PSychic Detectives
Case 2 Place:Staunton,
Case:rape of five elderly women
Evidence produced: identified where the rapist
lived, how he did his crimes, how he entered the rooms,
that he limped, that he wore a uniform and that he had a
scar near his knee. Predicted accurately that he would be
caught before Christmas. With that information, the police
caught the rapist.
1) Police Deputy Ronnie Whisman“We
(the police) were impressed by the psychic on the important
information she was able to give us … everything she
said about the case came true.”
2) Special agent Darrel Stilwell said,
“ .. obviously she has power … (Noreen’s
psychic skills) gives you a little extra something to work
Source:Court TV Psychic Detectives
Video on Noreen Renier's work
Case 3 Place:
Case: Missing person- Sylvester Tonet
Evidence produced: Map showing the location of
the body- he was found exactly where she said,
1) Plainclothes police officer Will Greeway
said, "I was skeptical at first, but as Nancy
began to forward information about the case, I knew I was
dealing with a genuine psychic because all information was
deadly accurate. Nancy Myer drew a map – showing roads,
pond, the rail line, forest, ravine". Source: Court TV Psychic Detectives
Tucson Arizona Case: Missing person Loretta Bowerwstock. Psychic: Mary Ann Morgan Evidence Produced:??
1) Detective Fabian Pachero of the Tucson
Police “After being involved in this case,
I can say I’m definitely less skeptical of employing
the services of a psychic …”
2) Detective Landon Rankin of Pinal Sheriff’s
Office said about the gifted psychic Mary Ann, “I’ve
never used a psychic before until this case. The information
she gave us was pin point accuracy … a psychic gives
us insights that we don’t have.”
Case 5 Place:Mt
Pleasant Police Department (Iowa)
Case:The brutal killing of Clementine Beavers and
her sixteen year old daughter.
1) Police Chief August Hagers
“Psychics have their place … what Phil (the
psychic) had seen was accurate … they (psychics) have
something we don’t have … they have a sixth
sense I would do it again and call psychic Phil Jordan.”
Source: Court TV Psychic Detectives
Case: Missing person 21 year old female athlete
Morrison- recommended by the FBI
Evidence produced:The psychic also took on the
feelings of the missing victim and stated there was enormous
fear, in darkness, in tree-growth, shoes and jacket missing,
buried in shallow grave, near religious fountain/ statute,
trauma to the head, attacker knew the victim. The psychic
in trance asked the mother, “where did you put me”.
The mother screamed with panic. It was enough for the police
to focus on that. Very soon afterwards the mother confessed
she shot Shilie in the head. She was found guilty of murder
and is doing time 15 years.
Police Comments:Detective Frank Martin “All
the information given to us by the psychic was 100%.”
Source: Court TV Psychic Detectives
Case: Debbie Keyes' ex-husband abducted 3 children
against a court order
Evidence produced:Nancy first told her that the
specific information where her husband had taken the children
– to Euless, Texas. When police checked it out they
found that the children had been there but had been moved
days earlier. But the psychic came up with a new address
in Ramona, CA. From there the police actually spoke to a
neighbor who told them that once again the children had
just left – but gave them an address in Hawaii where
the children had been taken. Debbie Keys- had not seen her
children for thirteen months but Nancy Weber told her that
one of her daughters had been attacked by a dog and was
left with a scar on her face, but that she would be reunited
with them soon. That’s exactly what happened –
Debbie Keyes was reunited with her children – her
daughter had a scar on her mouth caused by a dog!
Detective Lou Masterbone from Morris County Sheriff’s
office: “If it wasn’t for Nancy Weber in this
case we would not have gotten the children back …
her insight, her help … we could not have done it
Source:Court TV Psychic Detectives
8. STUNNING AFTERLIFE
EVIDENCE - see 'SENSING MURDER' : The television
show Sensing Murder
recently in New Zealand caused
a sensation when the most brilliant forensic psychic- mediums
participated in the television show 'SENSING MURDER'. Brilliant
forensic medium Deb Webber and Kelvin Qruickshank each independently
were able to give some 43 correct variables, accurately
describing a murder, WHERE the killing took place, HOW the
murder took place, WHY the murder took place and WHO murdered
the victim - naming the murderers .. Read
Case 9 Place:Montana
Dept. of Justice
Case:Disappearance of Walter Sullivan
Evidence produced: She told them where an assault
took place, description of the assault, that it was an ambush,
that a blue metal building was important in solving the
crime, and provided a sketch.Used psychometry
in by touching a bullet and keys.
Det. Joseph Uribe of Montana Dept. of Justice stated
that the account given by gifted psychic Noreen Renier was
“accurate in every detail”.
Source: Court TV Psychic Detectives
Case 10 Place: Cheming County Sheriff’s
department, Elmira, New York
Case: Rose Swartwood, an elderly person was murdered
in her home. Case had gone cold.
Evidence produced: He told them there were two
suspects – he could see them: one Afro-American, one
Caucasian. One had tattoo on his arm, the tattoo had a female
name on it. He eventually was able to accurately identify
the two suspects from a number of photographs.
Police Comments: 1) Lt Mike Mucci stated that the psychic
was “one hundred per cent correct with the information
given” 2) Detective David Olszowy,Sergeant
Charles Patterson also sated that the psychic was
brilliant: “I don’t care how it (psychic phenomena)
works. I don’t know how it works and I don’t
care how it works – the main thing is that the bad
guy gets caught.”
Source:Court TV Psychic Detectives
Pacoima Police Los Angeles in December 1980.
Case: Missing nurseMelanie Eurebe
Psychic: Etta Smith
Evidence produced - closed minded detective became a disgrace
The highly incompetent, negligent and unprofessional Los
Angeles P.D. detective Lee Ryan (VAN NUYS COMMUNITY Police
Station 6420- Sylmar- Pacoima Police were involved too)
in December 1980 charged her with murder! This is where
professionally untrained and closed minded skeptical police
make stupid blunders which caused the police department
he worked for thousands of dollars paid in damages to the
gifted forensic psychic. Forensic psychic Etta Smith told
them where to find the body. And when the skeptical detective
would not act on the information she gave him, she found
the body herself. Being a closed minded skeptic, this uninformed
detective did not believe that a gifted psychic would have
the precious 'psychic-gift' to help the police with forensic
physical evidence. He became a disgrace to the Pacoima Police,
at Los Angeles for not doing his work professionally. He
relied on his closed mindedness to do his police work as
distinct from being intelligent, open minded and acting
according to the physical evidence produced by the gifted
Police detective Patrick Conmay Comments:
"I did not believe for one moment that Etta Smith was
involved in the murder ... Had it not been for Etta Smith
this case would not have been solved as rapidly or possibly
not at all."
Source: Court TV Psychic Detectives/ Unsolved Mysteries
Case 12 Place:
Belvedire, Warren County, New Jersey.
Case: Murder of nurse Elizabeth Cornish- cold case
The closest the police came to solving the crime was to
suspect the victim’s boyfriend. “WRONG!”
said gifted psychic Nancy Weber, “he’s innocent”.
The actual suspect, she said, “has reddish brown hair,
is 5’10” tall, has a scar in his right side
of his face, has a beard, his first name is John and his
surname was one syllable starting with “R” (later
confirmed to be ‘Reece’), he wore a “Western”
type buckle on his belt and he resided in the flat above
the murdered victim. The murder weapon was a hammer- the
suspect threw it in the water nearby". All this physical
evidence was subsequently found to be one hundred per cent
correct. The police had initially brought John Reese to
do a polygraph test which was administered by a police expert
with 23 years experience. But the polygraph CLEARED the
suspect! At this point the police wanted to concentrate
on the victim’s boyfriend but the psychic said ‘stay
with the tenant John Reese.’ The breakthrough came
after the autopsy report showed that John Reece’s
alibi did not cover the actual time of death. After heavy
questioning, John Rees confessed, was charged, convicted
and is now serving a lifetime in jail.
1) Capt. Detective David Heater of Warren County Prosecutor's
office: “Nancy was probably one of the driving forces
which kept me going back to Reese ... I was willing to give
him up but she was very insistent ... whether you want to
call it spiritual matter ... whatever it is the psychic
sees you got to be able to believe in it ... there is science
... it may be supernatural. I don't know how to explain
what a psychic does ... how they do it ... all I know it
2) Jerry Lewis police polygraph expert:
" I had been brought in to polygraph two suspects.
They both passed their polygraph tests and I cleared them.
But a few days later I received a phone call that the second
person, John Reese, had been brought back in for questioning
and confessed to the murder! In my entire career running
the polygraph, this is the only known error that I made.
Imagine my surprise when I read in Nancy's book that the
detective was quoted as saying that it was her identification
of Reese that directly led to him being brought back in!
Thank God for Nancy. Because of her, Reese was caught. Even
though I am retired from the New Jersey State Police, I
still conduct polygraph examinations and consult on open
cases. I do not hesitate to recommend that investigators
contact Nancy for help on their cases. In fact, I feel I
would be remiss if I did not. She is a valuable resource
for law enforcement." Source:Court TV PSychic Detectives Letter
from polygraph expert Jerry Lewis.
Case 13 Place:Marin
Case: 30 years of collaboration
Evidence Produced: Various
1) Police sergeant Richard Keaton
of Marin County “I call in a psychic
to investigate (the crime with us). I don’t know how
she actually obtains the information. I don’t ask
too many questions because I have seen too many successes
(using psychics) … When Annette comes to
the (Police) Department we normally sit in a quiet office.
I give her a brief outline of what the case is about. Annette
concentrates … goes into meditation … and starts
sharing verbally with us the things she’s seeing or
perceiving … we take her to the crime scene …
and would ask her what she can see … about evidence
… and she’s able to replay that like a video
tape like a movie …”
“Wouldn’t it be wonderful in the future to see
a team of psychic cops working with us from the inception
of the crime … and maybe shorten down the time element
in the apprehension of criminals … that would be wonderful.”
According to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle the
30 year partnership of the police officer (now retired)
and the psychic has led to them setting up in 2001, the
Campbell agency Closure4U Investigations, which opened in
2001 and is currently working on finding missing persons
and solving cold cases from around the country. Read
more… also you can access Annette on http://www.annette-martin.com.
Source: 1998 program prepared by Discovery Communications
for the Science of the Impossible
New Haven, Connecticut
Case: Murder of 21 year old Penny Serra on July
Psychic: Mary Pascarella Downey
Evidence Produced: She told the police that the
murderer smelled of oil, was a mechanic, was wearing some
kind of uniform at the time of the murder, had a name tag
on his uniform starting with the letter “E”,
was suffering from a pain in the head at the time. She predicted
that the murderer would not be caught for many years but
ultimately “blood will tell”. 26 years later
the murderer, named Edward was caught using fingerprint
matching and DNA testing of blood at the crime scene. He
had been a mechanic at the time of the murder and had been
visiting a nearby hospital for treatment of head pain. He
was tried and found guilty and sentenced to a long term
Police comments: Detective George Mazzacane "ALL
of the clues given to the police were 100 per cent accurate".
TV Psychic Detectives
Case 15 Place:
Case: Missing personAlexis Burke
Evidence Produced: Claimed that the husband of
Alexis, John, had strangled Alexis; many people knew what
happened and were not talking; water was important; there
was an old car involved, and John's younger brother Kelly
was implicated. Intrigued by Laurie McQuary's theories,
Detective Lee investigated the clues. After a year, he got
Detective Robert Lee: "Laurie said that the body would
be buried where John could keep an eye on it- in fact it
was only 75 years from the house...there were just so many
things that were tremendously accurate." " Source: Court TV PSychic Detectives (see below)
Spencer New York
Case: Lost 5 year old child Tommy Kennedy
Psychic: Phil Jordan
Evidence produced: Although psychic Phil Jordan
had never been in the woods where the lost boy was believed
to be missing, this gifted psychic draws a most vital map.
This map showed among other things: near a lake; three boats
beside the lake; a building across from the boats; a waterfall;
a field; a young boy under a tree. The child was found
Police response:The chief of the local
volunteers Richard Clark said he was stunned at the accuracy
of the map and the leads.
Detective Dave Redsicker
said it was his first case working with a psychic. The leaders
of the search, the police and the Tigoa County Search &
Rescue gave unqualified credit to Phil Jordan for finding
the missing boy. So much so that the Tioga County
Sheriff had him sworn in as a Deputy to assist in other
Source: The case has been documented in
three books - Phil Jordan I Knew This Day Would Come: A
Personal Journey to Psychic Awareness (Jordan 1999, 58 64).
Jenny Randles and Peter Hough Psychic Detectives (2001,
86-88) - see Phil Jordan’s webpage http://www.philjordan.com/
NOTE: When a Skeptic wrote
a book claiming that this case of Tommy Kennedy was a myth,
Mary S Kennedy wrote on Amazon.com:
" [The Skeptic] should take his own advice: do the
hard detective work. [He] never did his detective work on
this story, that is to contact the principles involved in
I know because I am the child's mother,
and I was never contacted. And I also know for certain that
scores of volunteer firemen and policemen were searching
for my son unsuccessfully, in the wrong area for hours.
The next morning, Phil Jordan arrived, asked me for a personal
article of Tommy's, and with Tommy's little sneaker, as
well as hand drawn map of the area (an area which Phil Jordan
had never seen before), Phil walked directly to my son.
Would Tom be alive today if it were not
for Phil Jordan's God given ability? Probably not.
Believe in Psychic ability or don't believe,
it makes no difference, but please don't deprecate a miracle.
Because of Phil Jordan, I held my son in my arms again.
There is no way that I can ever thank Phil Jordan enough.
That's no myth, it's a plain and simple reality. "
Case 17 Place:
Cumru Township Pennsylvania
Case:Unnamed woman strangled
Psychic: Dr Lauren
Evidence produced:Detective Wanner, Cumru Township
Police in Pennsylvania first consulted Dr Lauren Thibodeau
about an unrelated case and she told him that soon he would
be working on an old, unsolved crime. Six months later Detective
Wanner was given the file on an unnamed woman who had been
strangled, tied up in a blanket and dumped over an embankment
in the small community of Cumru Township, Pennsylvania in
December 1984. Dr Thibodeau had visions of lines of light
across a map from New York to Chicago, a truck driver and
the Brooklyn Bridge; murderer was a smoker, wore thick flannel
shirt; there was sexual violence; the incident occurred
near the Great Lakes; truck door was white. Spurred on by
the psychic's accurate information, Detective Wanner was
able to identify the victim and make contact with the victim’s
family. Detective Wanner was able to arrested the murderer.
Detective Wanner:" the psychic's assistance was critical
to solving the case. "
Case 18 Place:
Lompoc near Santa Barbara (U.S.)
Case: Murder of ‘Owen E’
Evidence Produced: Dixie Yeterian stated that,
“ … the body would be found some 15 miles away
from the murdered home; there are farms in the are; a steep
hill; cattle; gravel road.” She saw “ …a
rifle being taken away from the wall”. She heard a
gunshot; felt pressure on left side of the brain. He “…
was buried in a shallow grave.” She gave them more
information but the final piece of critical information
the psychic told the police was that the murdered own son
killed his father. Police picked up the son and after telling
him what the psychic told them, he confessed. He was convicted
of murder. Detective Ramos stated that the psychic accurately
described what happened to the murdered father – as
told to them by the son.
Detective Mel Ramos (Ret.) of Lompoc Police Department stated,
"The information Dixie gave us was like a giant key...we
solved it through her. We would never have found the body
if it wan't for her."
Source: Court TV Psychic Detectives
And Strange But True Documentary. Watch
Case: Kidnap and murder of Jamie 22
Psychics: Nita Lee and
Dr Sally Headding (pictured left) worked independently
Evidence Produced: Confirmed that the there were
three men on contract to kill the victim; that the victim
was ‘dead’; the dead victim was NE of the city
near the State line; was near a train track; there was a
sign ‘Cattle’ and another sign ‘HURFORDS’;
he was wrapped in a blue blanket near a tin building; that
he would be found by two deer hunters (as he was in November
1994); that the planners of the murder would be eventually
caught. 1) Police comment:Det. Paul Zeckman
Midwest City POlice Department stated among other things:
“I don’t know how these psychics do it. But
they perform a service we cannot ignore. One day psychic
witnesses testimony will be admitted as evidence. In the
past DNA and polygraphs were not admitted in evidence, so
it will be only a matter of time before psychic evidence
will be admitted because of the critical information they
give us to solve murders.” Other witnesses:
2) Detective Dan Evans, 3) Police Officer Patrick Quigley,
4) Diedre Esherman,
5) Assistant District Attorney, Detective Pam Garrick.
Case 20. . Place: Wilmington Delaware
Case: Serial rapist
Weber Evidence Produced: The gifted psychic Nancy
led the police where the criminal actually lived. She pointed
to the actually building. There she said – I see him
in my mind – coming and going. The criminal was arrested,
interrogated and confessed. Police comment:
1) Col. Irvin Smith of Wilmington Police Department “Nancy
Myer made an outstanding contribution to law enforcement.” Other witnesses: 2)Capt. Nathaniel McQueen,
3) Lt. Joseph Aviola Jr.DE Stat Police, Troop 2.
Case:Norman Lewis disappeared
Evidence produced:supplied them with physical evidence
- where to find the body - describing the immediate environment Police comment:
Senior detective Slauter said, "Noreen Reiner
- the psychic gave us everything we needed to find Mr Lewis
... and I am convinced that if we didn't use a psychic in
this case, Mr Lewis would still be at the bottom of that
Santa Clara Sheriff's Department.
Case: Norma Hofer missing, murdered Forensic psychic: Donielle Gordon Some of the evidence produced
by the psychic: told police Norma Hofer had been strangled;
she was at a party the night of the murder; murderer
wrapped her in a blanket; she's on near the top of a hill;
there are some houses nearby; you will find the critical
vehicle in an underground garage; fingerprints and blood
of the victim in the vehicle.
1) Captain Gary Colla: "she (the psychic) gave me accurate
information the first time, why can't it be true for the
second time ?(this was when the police were desperately
wanting to find the victim's car. Police found the car where
the psychic told them it would be found). It turns out that
Donielle (the psychic) was an investigator too, like a fingerprint
expert or an expert analyzing clother fiber ... was one
piece of the puzzle that helped bring it all together ..
a very well done job."
2) Deputy Michelle Sandri: The psychic "makes you believe
in psychics! Because of the psychic we resolved it real
quick instead of taking months or years." Source: Psychic Detectives television series
Case 23. Place:
Case: Janet Myers murder
Evidence produced: Two suspects blamed each other
– the case resulted in a hung jury. . The psychic
told the police how the murder happened. But also the psychic
said there were TWO murderers. On that information the police
retried and scored a conviction of both suspects.
District Attorney Le Blanc said: “Rosemary’s
contribution to this case was significant …I relied
on the psychic Rosemary for details …There are clearly
individuals in this world who have an ability that are beyond
our normal five senses. Rosemary (the psychic) is such a
Case 24 Place:
Case: Rape of five women.
Renier The police had no clues at all and the public was
furious that the police were not able to catch the violent
rapist. There was a crisis in the lack of public confidence
in the police… Evidence produced: She was able to supply
them with physical evidence to convict the rapist –
by identifying him where he lived, how he did his crimes,
how he entered the girls’ room, that he limped, that
he wore a uniform and that he had a scar near his knee. On
that information, the police caught the rapist. When
Police Deputy Ronnie Whisman asked the psychic “when
will the rapist be caught?” The psychic replied, “Before
Christmas.” The rapist was caught on the 22nd December
1) Deputy Police Ronnie Whisman said about psychic
Noreen Renier: “We (the police) were impressed
by the psychic on the important information she was able to
give us … everything she said about the case came true.”
2) Special agent Darrel Stilwell said:“
.. obviously she has (psychic) power … gives you extra
something to work with.”
Case: Rape and murder of five women by Derrick
Psychic's findings:were all confirmed by the
police: - police have the wrong suspect
- the suspect is not white, he's black
- he is a peeping tom
- has been a peeping tom since he was very young
- there is a witness ... find that witness (witness eventually
found and led them to the suspect)
- describes suspect ...(description perfectly
matches the witness' description of suspect).
1) Lieutenant David McDavid stated, “I’ve never
dealt with psychics on a day-to-day basis …My feelings
are that if the good Lord gives you that (psychic) power,
use it to assist law enforcement in very way.”
2) Police Forensic expert and consultant Ann Williams said,
“Without psychic Jeanne Borgan, we would have been
chasing our tails. I wouldn’t have known he was a
black man … I wouldn’t have found our witnesses.”
3) Larry Hardmen - Detective Baton Rouge Police Department:
We had a serial murderer on our hands. But not enough evidence
to ID the suspect. We had no witnesses. We contacted Jeanne
and she described the killer and led us to his capture and
incarceration. I was a skeptic. Not any more!"
Case 26 Place:
Case:Murder of Jennifer Mcready
Evidence found: Jennifer Mcready was found buried
brutally murdered by a gunshot to the head. Police had no
more leads. Detective Sergeant Dave Garvey called gifted
medium GEORGIA RUDOLPH. The psychic told Detective Garvey
that the missing person was dead, she told him WHO killed
the victim and WHERE they could find the body.
1) Kevin Rings, Assistant District Attorney:“Without
Jennifer’s body being found we wouldn’t have
been able to file a charge against Mr McReady … It
would simply be an unsolved missing person case.”
2) Detective Dave Garvey:“Georgia’s guidelines
and thoughts whatever you want to say … led us to
first find Jennifer … we were able to get the bad
guy who is now in jail … and the family feels better.”
3) Monica Tanner, a former employee of the Belpre Police
Department:“Georgia made a world of difference. She
solved the case.” Source: Till Death Do Us Part episode.
Case 27 Place:
Case:Murder of 27 young boys by John
Psychic:Carol Broman and Dorothy Allison
from New Jersey
Evidence found:The police were investigating the
disappearance of Robert Priest.The psychics
told them that there were many bodies buried under the house.
Lt. Joe Kozenczak said: “The amazing thing is that
the police didn’t know about these all murders …
she (the psychic) told us. I became a believer in psychics.”
Still Beyond Belief; The
Use of Psychics in Homicide Investigations by Joseph
R. Kozenczak and Karen M. Henrikson, Des Plaines, Illinois
Case 28. Place:
Case:Kidnap and murder of 22 year old
1) Detective Louis Pia NYPD (Ret.) and Detective Phil Tricolla
NYPD 49th Precinct:“One of the things I got from Ellie
(the psychic) when I was present during the interview with
her … it was most astonishing when she said the letter
‘J’ would be important in solving the case –
the four convicted of her crime – all their first
names started with the letter ‘J’.”
2) Detective Phil Tricolla said, “I think these psychics
are good at what they do … they have that extra sense
… it’s a kinda like an enhanced god feeling
Case: Murder of Louise Williams
Heinecker Case went virtually cold - initially skeptical,
police did not follow the physical evidence related to by
the gifted psychic. Police thought the missing person Louise
Williams had ran away with some guy. But the gifted psychic
said her son-in-law Billy killed her. The psychic provided
the relevant physical evidence for the police to solve the
Police Comments: 1) Detective Sergeant Bill Gordy:“I personally
believe the psychic played a pivotal role in this case.
I’d like to think we could have done it without her,
however, that’s not the case. Her predictions were
the key which led the accused to confess".
2) Maryland Police Trooper Paul Frick (known for his strong
skepticism about psychics BEFORE the case): “So if
someone to-day asked me what I think of psychics, I have
to say I have changed my views completely and I’d
listen to a psychic.”
Case:Missing person Lawrence Mbroh
Evidence found:Sally Headding informed police the
missing person was dead, brutally beaten- and where to find
the body – and other information given about the case
which led to the apprehending of the suspects. 1) Detective Larry Beaver Mid-West Police Dept.:“If
the opportunity presented itself again for me to work with
a psychic I’d be very open to that and would enjoy
the opportunity to see another psychic or even work with
Sally Headding to get a feel for really and truly how they
work. I was very amazed working with Sally … I truly
believe there are people in the world who do have abilities
beyond the normal person. Sally to me is a real person with
a real gift.” Psychic Detectives' ‘Bad Business’
Place: Kittery Main, fishing village, near Boston
Case:Missing body- Chris Toby drowned
Psychic: Helen Churchwell Legotti
Evidence found:She drew a chart and tells Sgt La
Flamme of the Marine Patrol exactly where to find the body.
She also tells him if the search is made in the area, the
body will be found within 2 days – giving lots of specific
clues where to find the body. After 15 minutes underwater
at 60-80 feet, the body was recovered on the second day.
1) DeputyChief John Bennett of Main Marine
Patrol congratulating gifted psychic Helen Legotti (nee Churchwell):“I
think when you imagine the enormity of the ocean and all the
variables that can happen when someone drowns … just
to be able to find that person it’s a big, big deal
… it really is. I used psychics before … (and
will use them again)…” 2) Karen Dandurant, reporter for the Portsmith
Herald stated, “I’m kind of in awe being
a skeptical reporter … It’s a kind of a miracle
the psychic just found him … She’s never been
anywhere near the Isle of Scholes …”
Kembla, New South Wales, Australia. Case: Disappearance of Maria Scott. Psychic: Debbie
Police Officer: Det. Sen. Const. Geoffrey Little
1)“I’m a sceptic but I just can’t explain
some of the things psychic Debbie Malone came up with that
were just incredible. I was astounded honestly as was the
police woman who was with me. We were just amazed. I even
sent some paperwork off to our Missing Persons Unit later
to introduce Debbie to them. I think she is doing something
with them now. . …. . It can give you avenues of investigation
that you didn’t have. But then you have to get solid
evidence to confirm what they’ve found. You can’t
use what they say. They can maybe help you find a body.
They can maybe give you something that you didn’t
have before – something out of the blue. I said to
other officers, I can’t explain how she picked up
what she did.” Source: Detective Senior
Constable Little, Lake Illawara Local Area Police Command,
NSW. Australia. Who Magazine.
Des Moines Iowa Case: Jimmy Voll - missing. Forensic Psychic: Sue
Walker Some of the information by the Forensic Psychic:
(case had gone completely cold when psychic was called to
assist): all clues given by the psychic were confirmed:
- person is confused and lost ...
- he feels fearful and confused
- I see some kind of 'fortress'? something like that ...
- see sign - soldier and 'dragoon' ..
- must head South West ... (bush area is 70 hectares) but
focussed on just one small area ... where police found the
missing person's auto.
- must go off road ...
- he's no longer alive now ...
- there's metal ... cabin ... (missing person was eventually
found in a metal cabin) in the area identified by the psychic
- I see someone wearing a bright orange vest .... ( later
a hunter wearing a bright orange vest led the police where
the metal cabin was)
1) Deputy Bill Bartleson Madison Co. Sheriff: "Jimmy
was found in a metal cabin ... as the psychic described
it ... found by a shooter in that area with an orange vest
... I was very impressed reviewing it later ... there were
so many things she was on ... it was eeirie to me. I think
this could be a powerful tool for law enforcement cases
where everything else has failed ..." 2) POLICE CHIEF Gary Hulse De Soto Police
Departmen: " ...I got to thinking
back .. psychic Sue was right ..."
Source: PSYCHIC DETECTIVES 'Open Road'.
Bethseda Maryland, Washington
Case about: missing case initially - brutal killing
of young female Harvard graduate
Some of the vidence produced: very masculine but
looks female, male energy, jealous of Laura, Laura not alive,
grave close to suspect’s camp, shallow grave, murky
soil, face exposed - all confirmed.
Police comment on psychic:
Detective Richard Fallin (from Montgomery Police), “Deborah’s
description of the grave site was very close to what it was
… it was excellent.” And he the police officer
continues, “The psychic in this case helped us out.
I’m open to using psychics if she can help me I’m
very pleased to take her help to help me close cases.”
Source: Psychic Investigations
Case 35. Place:
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada 1987 Case: two teenage females raped, murdered.
Renier Some of the evidence produced: saw face
clearly, sketch made. Accurately describes the victims and
how they died – they could not breathe (plastic bag),
saw blue truck, letter ‘R’ of the murderer,
the police will get him when he’ll be 32 years old
and will be wearing a mustache. (all confirmed to be accurate
by Detective Jerry Moran). Police comments: Detective
Jerry Moran said:
" ... the sketch by Noreen turned out to be amazingly
accurate … in hindsight the clues provided by Noreen
were right … I’m glad I used a psychic because
it opens up a whole new avenue of investigation we had nothing
to lose by using her and everything to gain.”
Source: Psychic Investigations
(episode ‘TUNNEL VISION’)
Case: teenage Jessica Reinhart murdered, house burnt. Psychic:Karen
Prisant Some of the evidence produced by the psychic:
young man, blond hair, white man, not well-kept, rabbits in
cages back of a house, (rabbits of the victim were to be later
to be found in the suspect's home); he's around 5'9",
at the time of the murder had a knife, he set the house of
fire, went in police car directing where to find the suspect
... tells police of two names that repeatedly come to her
'Lucille' and 'Merilyn' - turned out the suspect's house was
on the corner of two streets with those names. Police comments:
1) Detective Ray Folsom:"The time I
spent with Karen (the psychic) gave me a lot of insight. I
think with someone like Karen coming in, getting focused ..
that's not a bad idea.
2) Robert Windham CSI Albany Police Dept. " Highly unusual
to bring in a psychic for investigation but if traditional
techniques do not work, then produce any method available"
(especially using gifted psychics).
Source: Psychic Detectives. 'HARE EVIDENCE'
Case 37. Place:
Sharon Police Department
Case: Darrell Cozart Missing, found murdered
Forensic psychic: Mary
Ellen Rodrigues Some of the psychic's evidence: something
happened to Darrell, keeps telling me the same word over
and over 'Fickel'; he's been shot a few times, there's a
rope around his head; lying in swamp; face up; you will
find him before Tuesday.
POLICE COMMENTS: Capt. Jerry Smith, "I don't know how
to explain it. I don't know if I believe in it. I just know
that it happened ... there's no explanation for it! Darrell
(the murdered) kept telling the psychic (from the afterlife)
'Fickel', 'Fickel' ... It was only after we arrested the
suspect that it dawned on me it was his (the suspect's)
surname ... that was exact ..."
Source: PSYCHIC DETECTIVES television series Court TV.
Case:James Outten missing, later found dead
Forensic psychic: Noreen
Some of the psychic's evidence: 'they knew each
other', 'they were friends', 'there was hate and anger at
the time of the killing'; 'I see a number 4 ... a pathway
which will lead to a two story very old house ..." Police comments:
1) Sgt. Hank Brittingham, "I found
number 4 and the path which led to the old house exactly
the way Noreen described it ... It was very satisfying this
case...it finally closed. I believe Noreen helped us tremendously
... I believe Noreen is special. She helped us and she could
help many other agencies they struggle with murders they
cannot solve ..." SOURCE: PSYCHIC DETECTIVES,
Case 39 Place:
Colonie New York CASE: Armand LaForest, 33 disappearance Forensic psychic:: Ann
Fischer (20 years w/ police) Some of the forensic psychic’s information:
- gave police directions drawing a map
- see victim in water (eventually found in a car totally
submerged in water.
- hears tire screeching
- trees in the area
- he was not alone at the time of death
- he was with a woman
- blond hair
- he’s in the Mohawk river Police comments:
1) Lt. Alex Rinaldi, “The only reason why
we searched the Mohawk River was because of the psychic
telling us that’s where he (the victim) is –
and we found him. In an investigation, if the family decides
to employ a forensic psychic …and develop some type
of information certainly I’m going to listen to it
and will look into it – and if credible I’ll
investigate." 2) Independent assessment
– by Carol De Mare, Reporter Times Union, “Ann
Fisher was instrumental in helping the family and ultimately
helping the police for finding Armond". (the victim).
Source: PSYCHIC DETECTIVES TV series
Season 5, Episode 13 Secrets in the Deep Albany
Times News Report
Kenner New Orleans
Case: Andre Daigle - MIssing-murder ...
Forensic psychic: Rosemarie
Some of the Forensic Psychic information:
- Slidel (suburb) is important (police found the victim's
motor vehicle there)
- number 7 is important (police find suspect in apartment
7, highway exit was marked with the number '7').
- police find blood stain - critical evidence in apartment
7 which convicted the suspects.
- body near railroad track,
- just before he died, victim was with a female and two
- body near bridge, railway lines ... water.
POLICE COMMENTS ON FORENSIC PSYCHIC:Detective
Jim Gallaghar: "I was stunned and amazed what she (the
psychic) told us ... the Prosecution decided it was very
important for Rosemary (the psychic) to testify. She led
the police directly to the killer. You can't dispute that
... that is a fact what happened ... I was skeptical prior
to this but there's no doubt in my mind that Rosemary has
a gift." Other witnesses: Assistant D.A. Jefferson Parish:
W.J. Le Blanc
Source: Psychic Investigations- Storyhouse Productions Tru-TV
'Midnight Strangers' VERY SPECIAL CASE: PSYCHIC WAS ALLOWED TO TESTIFY
IN COURT. JURY AGREED WITH THE FORENSIC PSYCHIC ROSEMARY
Case: Diana Goldston, missing > murdered.
Forensic Psychic: Carol
Some of the information by the Forensic Psychic: - victim murdered
- suspect was heavy with drugs
- she sold flowers
- (showed police where the abduction took place)
- suspect believed victim stole money from him
- victim shot, can feel the bullet
- victim bled
- males were holding her physically
- they were keeping the victim down
- showed police where victim was murdered
- man and woman taking her out of the truck
- there's a jacket he took off the victim and threw it up
in the air and landed on a tree
- dragged boy in the woods and left her there
- male returned and stumped victim in the neck with boots
- there's graffiti near the bridge where the body is.
1) Detective Kenny Kirkland: "I remember what Carol Pate
told me (about the case) and indeed it became true ... My
reaction to the female confession accomplice I had heard it
all before ... was told to me before by Carol .... We were
shocked ...she (the psychic) was able to tell us what each
person (overseeing several photographs) did and what their
part was in the crime. She just reaffirmed that I don't know
anybody who could do that ... to be able to narrow it down
to just one place (from a huge area near Lake Roberts) ...
it's pretty outstanding."
Det. David Stewart: "Carol Pate got several things right when dealing
with the case ... and so Carol Pate obviously has some special
gifts to be able to do things that a normal person cannot
do. She was able to tell us things about the case she knew
nothing about (before she started). It was pretty phenomenal
she was able to do that." Source: Psychic Investigations television series.
Case 42 Place:
Parsippanny New Jersey
Case: Serial killer James Koedatich
Webber Some of the information by psychic: - "victims knifed, not shot."
- "I see a many grabbing the girl pulling her into
his car at knife point..."
- "the car is older model ... shaded green ..."
- "I see the killer ... white ... first name James
... surname starts with K and ends with ich ..."
- (at the murder scene, pointing the exact spot where the
victim was killed ...)
- "killer is about 5 foot ten inches ..."
- "he's done some hard time in Florida jail)
- "he's going to kill again." (he did)
- "I see his tyre tracks .." (critical physical
- "suspect had recent problems with local police officer
whose surname starts with hard "c" ...
(Police officer Contanza found- Police officer Contanza
spots the car listed as the one driven by the suspect. Stops
car - driver's name: James Koedatich) - the name which had
been given by the psychic some weeks before! Police comments:
1) Detective Jim Moore: "It's just amazing how some
people have this gift ... she was right with everything
she told us ... someone might say it's unbelieveable ...
but I became a believer ..."
2) Sgt Bill Hughes: "In my opinion this is no different
when you use a psychic to point you in the right direction
... same when you use police hotline to give you direction
to source leads ..." Source: PSYCHIC DETECTIVES, Court TV productions.
Episode called 'Driven by Darkness'