Psychic Solving CrimesPsychics have been known to be an asset to law enforcement agencies (local, state and federal), even if they don’t get the public recognition they deserve. Part of the reason that psychics are not publically recognized in helping solving crimes are the many skeptics, and the fact that juries, and the overall court system is unwilling to accept and acknowledge evidence that was obtained with a psychics insights.
Many law officers agree that a “tip” provided by the public should be followed up on, whether it comes from an individual who claims to have psychics powers or not. Obviously, the information provided cannot be something that has already been provided to the public.
The year 1845, was the first year that a crime involving a psychic was documented. A clairvoyant (while in a trance-like state) “saw” a teenager commit thievery and confronted the youth. The teenager immediately confessed to their wrong doing.
In the years that followed, psychics have assisted law enforcement agencies with thousands of investigations.
Carol Broman, a psychic, encouraged the police to dig for bodies that were buried under the serial killers, John Wayne Gacy’s home. Many dead bodies were recovered from this location (and the families were provided with closure), due to Carol’s direction and information.
Dorothy Allison has also helped local police locate the body of Robert Priest (another murdered victim in this case). Dorothy offered this vital information to Chicago Police from her New Jersey home – amazing!
Ellie Crystal used her psychic abilities to assist in solving and closing the case involving the kidnap and murder of Kim Antonakos (22 years old). Ellie told officials that the letter “J” has a significant role in the investigation. It turns out that the names of the 4 convicted individuals responsible for this heinous crime all began with the letter “J”.
Allison Dubois, a psychic, a published author, and the inspiration behind the hit T.V. show “the Medium” not only provides law enforcement agencies with crime solving tips, but she has also been consulted to help with selecting individuals to be part of a jury. Gary Schwartz, a regarded member of the University of Arizona, has extensively tested the psychic abilities of Allison Dubois, and is in complete agreement with the claim that she has accurate psychic abilities.
Vernon J. Geberth, a respected and retired New York City lieutenant of the police force, has over 40 years of training and experience. He has written books regarding homicide investigations, including the use of psychics and clairvoyants in helping solve murder and other crime-related investigations. He states that all conversations with psychics should be recorded.
It is not only psychics outside of the police force, but in the case of Ken Charles (a British crime investigator, respected police officer and author of “Psychic Cop”) who used his psychic talents on the job, on a daily basis, and also used his heightened intuition, to cause criminals to leave incrimination clues that can be used as valid evidence to capture and prosecute the offender.
Psychics solving crimes and assisting with all types of law enforcement agencies is a controversial topic, but psychics will continue to be used to assist with solving crimes, even if not acknowledged by the general public. They offer their services free of charge, and this reinforces the fact that it is not a scam.