Read for yourself what the tough, usually skeptical police officers state about the highly gifted forensic psychics: I was amazed when working with Sally … I truly believe that there are people in the world that do have abilities that are beyond the normal person.
Troy Griffin saw a dear friend get into a car accident six years ago. The crash occurred as Griffin foresaw it. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured. He also sees dead people. Or so he claims. Lora Hale Costner, a year-old mother of two, went missing for three weeks in Tennessee earlier this year, and her sister-in-law was frantic.
She asked Griffin to take the case after he contacted her through Facebook. I saw the road [where she vanished].
I felt that there was drug use by the victim. He sent his findings in a report to the sister-in-law, who forwarded it to police. Finally, year-old McKinley Lane Cody was indicted for allegedly robbing Costner of prescription pain medication and murdering her by hitting her in the back of the head.
A man who Griffin suspected was involved in her death was arrested and charged in an unrelated kidnapping. The case of Ashley Jones remains open.
Griffin, a devout Christian who once hosted an entertainment radio talk show in LA, says his extrasensory perception compelled him to sell his company, which converted real-estate and medical records into digital files.
You might call him a ghost whisperer. But he gets little official credit. Is he qualified to mess with the dead and the gone? Law enforcement officials, in this country and abroad, have quietly turned to psychics when all else fails. Next, he might look for a way into a case that for nearly 20 years has flummoxed local cops and federal authorities — that of the so-called Gilgo Beach Killeran unknown serial slayer believed to have murdered between 10 and 17 people, some of them sex workers, and dumped their remains around Gilgo Beach on Long Island.
He may seem like an opportunist or attention whore, but I hope he gets involved. Police and FBI agents can use all the supernatural intuition they can get.
I think the voters have spoken with their remote controls. The dodo bird may soon have company on the extinction list. Out of some 30 dudes, most wearing dress shirts and business suits, just four sported neckwear.
I think they came from out of town. Helping inspire the bare-throated trend is a frequently casual Prince Harry of Britain, the sometimes tie-averse President Obama and hoodie-favoring tech startup company employees.
Good thing for ordinary folks. Next time, eat him Larry the lobster, a pound behemoth bound for the dinner table in a Florida restaurant, was saved by crustacean-rescuers who packed him up in Styrofoam and shipped him to the Maine State Aquarium.
But by the time the beastie arrived, he was dead.May 12, · Police psychics have so saturated popular culture that the concept borders on the cliche. There was a time, however, when the Department of Justice took the matter very seriously - not only were instances reported of the police using psychics, there were studies on the matter, and even guidance issued by the srmvision.com: Emma Best.
Mar 27, · "The police departments of the 50 largest U.S. cities were surveyed about their use of ‘psychics.’ Nearly two-thirds have never used psychics.
None said psychics provided information more useful than that from other srmvision.com: Resolved. Misconduct In Police Departments In our society today, our police departments have been corrupted by misconduct towards black or white people throughout our communities.
So why do the police continue to use psychics? Some don’t know better–even police officers can be fooled. Some are hesitant to refuse any aid, no matter how little they think it will actually help.
May 12, · Police psychics have so saturated popular culture that the concept borders on the cliche. There was a time, however, when the Department of Justice took the matter very seriously - not only were instances reported of the police using psychics, there were studies on the matter, and even guidance issued by the srmvision.com: Emma Best.
Why do police consult psychics, then? In fact, the use of psychics in official investigations is much rarer than media coverage might suggest. .