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Originally posted by ren1999
The police are looking for the psychic to find out how she knew so much about the inside of the house.
Perhaps the police could use a psychic to find a psychic.
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
You mean they don't know where the psychic is?
Originally posted by ziggyproductions05
Originally posted by OrphenFire
The thing is, I read the source, and it doesn't say anywhere that bodies were "discovered".
Its because the article changed their info.
Thus the confusion. How the # am I supposed to magically know that hours ago supposedly it said something different?
Click the link to the source and read it...Or read the thread.
And there's no way in hell I'll read 6 goddamn pages of ATS thread. I only read the first page at most.
Is that anyones problem but yours? Your ignorance is only hurting you in the long run. You want answers but you dont want to read or put forth a little effort yourself to get them? I hope i've helped you in answering your questions...unbelievable..edit on 6/8/11 by ziggyproductions05 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Hmmmm...very weird indeed. It's quite obvious imo, that when the facts being released are so contradictory and confusing, something is clearly being covered up. The initial statements being released by the police are probably the most reliable.
If the dad knows his son is a convicted sex offender then he likely also knows that convicted sex offenders HAVE to let law enforcement know where they are. It sounds like he's still registered at the "dads" house.
Part of the reason that Houston police took the psychic seriously is that they initially found some evidence corroborating her claims, including blood on the ground and the smell of decomposition on the property.
Mysterious? Not really: The blood was from an unrelated drunken incident that had occurred weeks earlier; and the smell was from rotting meat in a broken freezer.
The property owner Joe Bankson, who was contacted by KHOU-TV, said his daughter and her fiancé had lived in the farm house and that his daughter's fiancé had attempted to commit suicide a couple of weeks ago by cutting his wrist.
The police, acting on this tip, went to the property and found nothing. The psychic called back and said that they searched the wrong area, so the police went back out to the property to conduct a search in a different area. It was during this second search when authorities smelled a foul odor, leading them to believe they were at a site where dead bodies were near-by. They also saw blood on the back door of the home. This led the authorities to get a search warrant.
The home is owned by Joe and Gena Bankson, who are long haul truck drivers. Joe Bankson said in an interview, "I haven't killed anybody," he also said, "I have a lot of friends, but I haven't helped anybody bury any bodies," according to the Times. Bankson said he had no idea why anyone would pin point his home as having dead bodies buried around the property. He also said that his daughter’s boyfriend had cut himself in a suicide attempt while he was drunk, explaining the blood on the back door.
Gena Bankson said that she believes the caller to be a woman that she knows who is mentally unstable.
Sources close to an ongoing investigation confirmed Angel was truthful about her identity as well as that she'd previously shared information with law enforcement agencies in Texas.
She strongly denied telling officers that they needed to search for bodies or that anyone was dead.
"They did not act on what I told them," she said. "My biggest concern is definitely the children," she added. "I think they are hungry and thirsty. They are still alive."
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office declined to comment on Angel's accusations late Wednesday.