Updated: Jan 22, 2020
ABOUT A PSYCHIC DETECTIVE
About a psychic detective: A Psychic Detective is a person who investigates crimes by using purported paranormal psychic abilities.
Examples have included:
POSTCOGNITION (the perception of the past)
PSYCHOMENTRY (information psychically gained from objects)
TELEPATHY - Meaning (from the Ancient Greek, tele meaning "distant" and, pathos or -patheia meaning "feeling, perception, passion, affliction, experience") is the purported transmission of information from one person to another without using any of our known sensory channels or physical interaction.
DOWSING - Dowsing is the action of a person--called the dowser--using a rod, stick, or object hung from a string--called dowsing rod, dowsing stick, doodlebug (when used to locate oil), divining rod, or pendulum--to locate such things as underground water, hidden metal, buried treasure, oil, lost personsCLAIRVOYANCE - The term clairvoyance (from French clair meaning "clear" and voyance meaning "vision") is the alleged ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event through extrasensory perception.REMOTE VIEWING ( In murder cases, psychic detectives may purport tobe in communication with the spirits of the murder victims.ARE PSYCHIC DETECTIVES REAL?Although there are documented cases where individuals claiming psychic abilities have assisted police in solving crimes, there is considerable skepticism in regard to the general use of psychics under these circumstances
NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME IN BRITAIN PSYCHIC'S WILL BE LISTENED TO
AS A MATTER OF POLICY
The College of Policing – official source for professional police practice – has issued advice telling detectives to hear what mediums have to say in Missing person cases
A new consultation document says their information “should be recorded and assessed” and any valid leads investigated.
But can psychics really compliment police work?
Their are stories out there on the net that suggest they might, however spooky that may seem...
There are psychic detectives who claim they can help police find missing people
BELOW ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF FAMOUS PSYCHIC'S HELPING POLICE IN MURDER AND MISSING PERSON CASES.
When bubbly hairdresser Paula Brown, 30, disappeared after a night out with friends in Sydney, Australia, in 1996
It was less than two kilometres from the spot that had been singled out by Durant.
New South Wales Police later admitted that the location suggested by Durant had proved to be “uncannily accurate”.
After police in Pennsylvania failed to trace pensioner Sylvester Tonet in 1988 his family feared he had come to a violent end. So they enlisted the help of psychic Myer.
With detective Will Greenaway she retraced Sylvester’s last journey until night fell, when she drew a map of where to find his body. The next day Sylvester’s body was found 150 yards from where she had stopped.
Renowned psychic Allison tracked down a 14-year-old girl who disappeared without a trace in New York in 1978.
Her first vision yielded the numbers 2562 – the girl’s date of birth (February 5, 1962) – an association with oil and the letters MAR. She then described a place with two sets of church steeples and a pair of chimneys, saying the girl was in an area of swampland but had not drowned.
The girl’s father began searching neighbouring towns until he found a matching location and the letters MAR written on a rock in large red letters.
His daughter was later found in an oil drum dumped in a waterhole.
Allison then correctly predicted the victim had been strangled by her boyfriend, who was arrested.