I don’t think you can judge everyone by a group of frauds/Robbie T. And by doing so might miss an opportunity to solve a crime by closing your mind. I think there are some people investigating this case who have done that. One person seems to be attracted to high profile psychics and willing to take their word over concerned individuals trying to tap into their psychic abilities. The famous non productive frauds give the rest a bad name.
The candy corn vision was a confirmation of a suspect who was involved in selling drugs and pushing himself into Jodi’s life. And happened to be a seed corn salesman at the time.
However, my involvement in this case has been almost from the beginning. I have gone farther than relying on visions and dreams. Over the last 15 years I have traveled to Mason City several times, talked to police and witnesses, searched 3 states, numerous sites, been chased off by a pack of dogs, risk my life searching when others have given up. Gathered impressions from dozens of psychics and even paid a couple for their thoughts. I HAVE NEVER TAKEN A DIME FROM ANYONE… even contributed financially to the web site.
When someone emails me with their thoughts and visions I take them serious and have even done searches where they suggested. Not all areas are accessible and I have even trespassed on property I shouldn’t a time or two. The LE have assisted me several times in my searches.
I have a place I have been directed to that I seriously believe could be where Jodi is, but I need more time to search and don’t have permission at this time to do so. I have been wanting to go back there so bad, but not interested in spending time in jail over it. I do have a few bones from that site that an officer said he would help me check them out soon.
As far as the FBI……… I gave them information on a missing little girl. I sat in the room looking over pictures and then told the FBI agent that within a day or two a woman (alcoholic) who had a daughter that had been molested by the same man a day before the abduction would come forward and tell them who it was. I told them the color of the man’s truck and told them he took her northwest to Iowa. I described him. Before I could say much more I was asked to leave. They were very rude and I could not finish telling them what I saw.
The next day the woman came forward just like I told them. Everything else I said was true and I have a witness to what I told them. There are arrogant people in the FBI who think they know it all, but not all their cases get solved either.
I don’t make my claim to fame for being psychic. I try to help when I can, but usually meet with closed minds and doubt.
I told a sheriff about a missing man who I said was in the hospital in Dallas, Texas. The sheriff said they had checked all the hospitals and he wasn’t anywhere. He thought it was foul play and had two people he thought had killed the man. I told him the man was confused, but would emerge soon. He didn’t believe me, but listened to me. A little over a week later a hospital in Dallas called and asked who was going to pay the man’s hospital bill. He was alive but he had been confused and driven over 700 miles. He had been confused from something to do with his diabetes and his mental condition at the time. He was alive and well and two innocent people were let off the hook.
One winter a young man came up missing and I told the family he had accidently taken a wrong turn in the night and ended up in the Illinois River and that he was dead. Later that spring when the river thawed out they found him. I later called the Dad and he was so appreciative at what I told him because the police were trying to tell him his son had killed himself, but he remembered what I had told him. It was an accident and he lost his footing while walking home by the river. I was thankful I could help comfort his family in some small way.
Psychics are good and bad like everyone else. Psychics don’t have all the answers or control over what they see and how they interpret their psychic information. But some clues from the great beyond just might lead the way to a resolution just like clues the police investigate and try to interpret. Just hope someday soon Jodi’s case gets solved. In the mean time I will keep praying to the one God and only God I know for guidance.
There are no real "psychics". They provide no help and do more harm! They waste your time, resources and your money.
Any psychic who has a pathetic web site, books to peddle, charms, movies and TV shows to hustle cannot be trusted.
They want to use the high-profile case such as this one to further their paracelebrity status and of course sell more books, charms, readings and try to secure distribution of their TV show pilots and movies.
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