Many of you who are from the area have heard about the girl that was missing earlier in the week. I only caught a clip of this on the local news and instantly received bad feelings about the missing girl. I knew she was no longer alive and saw a vision of her deceased body in the back of her own vehicle. I saw this vehicle parked in a parking spot in a small parking lot. When I get these feelings, I try my best to block them out. This prompted me to write an email to local law enforcement. I wrote them explaining who I am, what I do and my background. In turn offering them any assistance with the case or any other cases they need help with. I never heard back from them.
The girl was found yesterday in her vehicle which was parked in a small parking lot. Today I received a call from someone asking me if I would go to the scene of the crime to see what I could pick up. The radio station where I do my weekly show received dozens of emails and phone calls today in regards to the girls death. Then the idea came up of having me go to the scene of the crime to bring more validation to what had happened. The police said it was suicide and callers believed differently. The radio station decided that it could be interesting to broadcast my experience at the scene live. At the last minute they backed out.
Most people that called into the station were supportive of the idea and my work as a medium. Then there were those few that thought it was not a great idea. With all that going on there were two real jerks that called in to bash my work and call me a phony. Hey, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. At the same time some of the things they said were very mean. The woman who works the afternoon show supported the jerks by saying "I don't believe anyone can communicate with the dead. When you dead, you dead. So you can't communicate with them." Said for you lady, sorry you feel that way.
Another guy that called into the station today said that one of the extremely accurate messages I gave a woman during my show was something I heard from a friend of a friend of hers. That just makes me laugh. Yeah buddy, she called into the station with only her first name and I told her something that a friend of hers told me about her. Get for real now. It is alright to be skeptical, but that's going a little too far. Then comes the guy who called in and said this is a sad excuse for a publicity stunt. Just another person that knows absolutely nothing about me or my work. Honestly, do you think I need to pull a publicity stunt? I did not arrange any of this, I was asked to do it and simply showed up.
When I arrived to the crime scene, I was greeted by a few people including a news reporter from the Courier Times. Instantly I went right to the place the woman's vehicle was found parked. I asked the reporter if it was where the car was parked and he confirmed. I closed my eyes a moment and everything started to come through. I gave so many details all the way up to her passing away in the back seat of the vehicle.
I had no prior knowledge other then the girl was missing and found in her vehicle deceased. I was not even aware that she was found in the back of the vehicle. I mentioned that this is where I saw her pass and once again the reporter confirmed that I was correct. I do not believe this was a murder, nor do I think this was a suicide. Even though I felt extreme depression with the young lady along with very bad nervous problem, I feel she did not park there to take her own life. Someone is indirectly responsible for this death in some way.
After visiting the scene I received a call from another reporter, this time from the Trentonian newspaper. He interviewed me and asked me what I felt happened to this young lady. After giving him the details of how she had passed he said to me "I have been working on this story for a week and just spoke with the coroner and I have to say, you're the real deal. God bless you." There were things I told him that I would only know if I also has spoke to the coroner. This is a very sad case and my thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the young lady.
It's very likely that the local papers may not even run this story in the paper, which I'm completely fine with. I was not aware that the paper was going to be at the scene when I arrived, nor was I aware they were informed that I was going to visit the scene. If they do print this story I would hope it would encourage law enforcement to work with me when they need help with a crime or missing persons case. I will talk more about what I felt at the scene on Tuesday's radio show, after my interview with Lisa Williams.
Yesterday I worked directly with a detective on another case, this being a murder of a young lady. The case is pretty old and the detective wanted to see if I could get any information at all about the murder and who did it. When he first contacted me all I wanted was a picture of the victim, no names and no details. Basically I went into this knowing nothing except what the young girl looked like. He called me on the telephone and within a few minutes I was able to connect with the murder. This was one of those things that just blows my mind, and I'm sure it blew his mind too.
Another thing that I was not aware of is that the detective knows a lot more about the case and who did it then I thought. The cool thing about this is that he was able to confirm all the details that I gave him about the case. I told him exactly what happened, some in which he knew and some he suspected. I'm not going to go into too many details on this case beings it is still open. I will say that I told there was more then one person guilty and one of them had killed themselves. He knew exactly what I was talking about and confirmed that one suspect did shoot himself. It will not be long before the hall the other suspect into jail.
The reason I do this for law enforcement is because it really is a great help to them. I was born with a very special gift. This gift is to help others in any way that I can. This is why I like to hold fund raiser events. Even though my work is very healing to people on a personal level, I like to help in any way I can. To that guy that called into the station today to bash me and my work. When was the last time you did something for someone you don't know? When was the last time you gave to someone in need? You should not judge a person or what they do until you get to know them personally. Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and read my messages. I'm very grateful to god for this gift he has given me and to you for allowing me to share it with you. God bless you all.