They have a vision of a crime being committed, they can see the scene, they can feel the perpetrator, the victim. They know something no one can. They are called clairvoyant, psychic, or medium. Often frowned upon, psychic investigators are called in to help solve a case that has gone cold, and when they do help solve a crime, families can get justice for their loved ones and know what happened. More and more, they become involved in police work to support an investigation or are hired by families of a victim who need answers on what happened.They call it extrasensory perception. But, when worried families hire dogged paranormal private investigators to look into the disappearance of their loved ones, they just call it “getting results.” It is usually when all other means have been exhausted that these desperate people find themselves laying bare their tragic circumstances to a clairvoyant—and their success rate is nothing to sneeze at! In this book, we examine twelve cases that would have gone unsolved if not for the intervention of a psychic detective. Discover these 12 thought-provoking, incredible true stories of clairvoyant crime solving.Some of the cases you will find inside include:•Noreen Renier helps solve the execution-style murder of an elderly couple•Carol Pate connects the dots regarding the murder of a florist•Ashley Howley’s post-mortem psychic reading•Phil Jordan unveils the mystery behind a tragedy at a picnic•Rosemarie Kerr helps with the mystery of Andre Daigle’s Last Night Out•The psychic gamble of Rose Kopp•Micki Dahne contributes to the solving of a jewel thievery Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited!Read on your favorite devices such as Kindle, iPhone, iPad, Android cellular phone, tablet, laptop, or computer with Amazon’s free reading Kindle App.Scroll back up and click the BUY NOW button at the top right side of this page for an immediate download!
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Jack Smith is fascinated with true crime, specifically serial killers. After finishing his university degree in medicine, Jack continued to become a pathologist. He has traveled far and wide and has seen many cases in the thirty years. Jack started documenting some of the peculiarities in these cases to observe trends among crimes. From this early fascination with murderers, he decided to pursue this by writing about cases that he found most interesting both from a psychological point of view as well as the story behind the murders. He is from Maine and has since retired, allowing him to focus on his true crime research, which he documents in his books.