posted on Nov, 22 2009 @ 07:00 PM
I too believe this is much more common than law enforcement is willing to admit. They seem to sometimes turn to it as a last resort in high profile
cases. There was a series here for a while "Psychic Detectives" which I really enjoyed watching at times.
They went to Aruba to investigate Natalie Hollaway's death.
The psychic was on the beach in the area where she thought the body last was, and it was quite chilling. The account she gave, as Natalie reportedly
gave it to her seemed so absolutely to be what would have happened. That Natalie was already way, way, too drunk for her small frame, and on top of
that was given a date-rape drug, which started her seizing, and led to cardiac arrest.
The psychic had first gone to Birmingham, to obtain an item of Natalies' clothing, a tee-shirt she had worn while in Aruba, which her mother had not
On the other hand, I had a friend who went to a psychic in Atlanta to try to locate her lost cat! The woman charged a nice little fee, and sent my
friend on a wild goose chase.