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Postby Eteponge » 06 Jun 2009, 13:46

Hi all. I received a message on my YouTube account from Winston telling me about SCEPCOP and inviting me over here. I told Winston I would probably be too busy during the next few months to join SCEPCOP, but I still want to contribute to the forums here.

For those unaware, I'm the guy who made the "Near Death Experiences: An Indepth Examination" video on YouTube...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlJXUi-z3Oc

Which is a shorter version of the indepth article I wrote on NDEs titled "Near Death Experiences / Out Of Body Experiences: An Indepth Examination of Veridical Evidence & The Rebuttal of Common Skeptical Explanations". (Which is a much longer, more indepth version of my NDE video on my YouTube account.) This article can be found online here...

http://eteponge.blogspot.com/2007/09/ne ... -body.html

I'm also known for writing the indepth article on Psychic Detective Dorothy Allison, who was well known in her day, but seems to have been lost to time (she was active and well known in the 1960s to early 1990s, and died in 1999). She had some AMAZINGLY Veridical Cases, including one where a father of a murdered girl followed Dorothy's clues to the very scene where her body was later found by a group of teenagers, over 30 miles away from her home. (The biggest clue of many dead on clues was that her body was near a big rock with the letters MAR written on it in big red letters. He found this rock, with MAR written on it in big red letters, in a marsh area, and her body was a mere *50 yards* from it, in the same area, within sight of the rock. All of the other clues she gave, an abandoned car, marsh area, two church steeples, two sets of smoke stacks, etc, were in plain visible sight of the body as well in addition to the MAR rock, the other clues for this case were likewise dead on.) This indepth article I wrote can be found here...

http://eteponge.blogspot.com/2007/08/ve ... ctive.html - Exploring The Veridical Cases of New Jeresy Housewife and Psychic Detective Dorothy Allison

The third major article I've written is an indepth examination of Reincarnation. Titled, "Examination of the Phenomenon and Research of Reincarnation", it can be found here...

http://eteponge.blogspot.com/2007/09/re ... ation.html

I hope I can contribute well here. Glad to be here. :D
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Postby leo100 » 08 Jun 2009, 02:13

Welcome Eteponge :D
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Postby Scepcop » 08 Jun 2009, 09:17

Welcome Eteponge.

Thank you for accepting my invitation here. I loved the content on your NDE proof and arguments video, but if I recall, it had some hard rock or heavy metal music on it, and I never could figure out why so many NDE or paranormal videos on youtube have such music on there, which to me is so annoying that I can't concentrate on watching it. The heavy metal/hard rock stuff sounds so "unspiritual" for a spiritually based presentation.

I will have a look at the articles on your blog and perhaps link them to the home page.

Did you know these psychic detectives? Or NDErs yourself?

I've met Dr. Melvin Morse, the expert on NDE's of children. He spoke at our group in Washington once. He was very eloquent. Here's a picture of me and him below.

How did you get involved in these issues? Was it just intellectual interest or personal experience?

Welcome again,
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Postby Eteponge » 09 Jun 2009, 20:56

Scepcop wrote:Welcome Eteponge.

Thank you for accepting my invitation here. I loved the content on your NDE proof and arguments video, but if I recall, it had some hard rock or heavy metal music on it, and I never could figure out why so many NDE or paranormal videos on youtube have such music on there, which to me is so annoying that I can't concentrate on watching it. The heavy metal/hard rock stuff sounds so "unspiritual" for a spiritually based presentation.

I was new to YouTube at the time when I uploaded my video, and I noticed at the time that many people put rock music tracks on their presentations for whatever reason, and I guessed it was to keep people interested while reading so they don't click away. I should re-upload it again sometime with a different more spiritual sort of track to go along with it.

Scepcop wrote:I will have a look at the articles on your blog and perhaps link them to the home page.

Did you know these psychic detectives? Or NDErs yourself?

I sadly never got the opportunity to meet Dorothy Allison, whom I wrote indepth about. She passed away in 1999, before I got into this research. I'd love to some day contact friends, family, and the detectives she worked with to get more indepth information on her and her cases. There are a number of TV Shows in the 1980s and early 1990s that had interviews with her, the best of which was the Unsolved Mysteries episode (the TV Show with Robert Stack as host), they went through her best veridical cases, and the information was totally accurate and matches all other sources on those cases.

I know several NDErs on the NDERF Forum, who have posted their experiences on the web, and I've asked them a number of questions regarding their experiences.

Scepcop wrote:I've met Dr. Melvin Morse, the expert on NDE's of children. He spoke at our group in Washington once. He was very eloquent. Here's a picture of me and him below.

Melvin Morse is a great NDE Researcher. There are some great video interviews of him I've seen. His very first case, with the little girl who died for 28 minutes, and came back and related everything the doctors had done to her while she was gone with no gag reflex, and related even what her parents were doing at home and in the waiting room, and even drew a picture of her unborn baby brother with "heart problems", then a few months later her baby brother was born with heart disease, was a very powerful case.

Scepcop wrote:How did you get involved in these issues? Was it just intellectual interest or personal experience?

I grew up in a Haunted House, hahaha. I experienced a lot of weird things as a kid in that house. My mom said that I kept telling her when I was like 5 years old that a lady would float above my bed every night watching me, but there were scary things that happened there as well, like seeing a three-legged dog run across the room in slow motion and disappear into a wall, witnessed by both me and my brother, who freaked out crying, and hearing footsteps pacing the Spamalamadingdong when me and my brother were home alone, we would cry out asking who was there, and the footsteps would stop, then start back up again a few minutes later. Crazy stuff. Some of which is now blocked from my memory in that, I can remember right up to the encounter itself, then *blank*, so, there was some terrifying stuff. My mother related to me a number of experiences she had there to me years later. Like, when she would take a shower, she would hear someone going through the drawers in the next room, and would find them opened, even though her bedroom door was locked and no one could get inside. And one morning something hit the bedframe of her bed so hard it shook the house and woke everyone up, but nothing was there.

Also, when I was twelve years old, my great uncle appeared to me in my room one night (in a different house, my grandparent's house, which I stayed at later), looking fully solid and real, laying down beside me in bed, staring at me, and then disappeared. I had a feeling inside myself that he was "saying goodbye" to me. Then, the next morning, the phone rang and informed us that my great uncle had died unexpectedly during the night, confirming what I experienced the night before.

And my mother and grandmother had related to me a number of strange experiences they and other relatives and friends have had over the years. So, all of that got me interested.

Oddly enough, even after experiencing all of that growing up, I was Agnostic / Atheist through most of my teenage years, so easily the mind can forget or let slip personal odd experiences that question the nature of reality as we know it.

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Thanks Winston!
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Postby Eteponge » 09 Jun 2009, 21:11

Oh, and something very interesting, is I did find a very good medium who was able to relate very specific information to me regarding deceased relatives that he had no way of knowing. And I inquired him if he would like to do some Psychic Detective work with me. So, for the past year and a half or so, on and off, I've brought up a bunch of cases to him of missing persons, unsolved murders, unidentified remains, etc, from as far back as 60 years ago to see what he can tap into. I've got pages and pages of information I've gotten from him written down on a whole bunch of cases, but I haven't moved to actually getting it checked out yet. What's interesting, is in a few cases, where he saw and described the car of the killer, he was shocked that he could actually see the license plate, and gave me the full license plate numbers of the killer's car, even of cases from 25 to 35 years ago that we examined! He was also able to give me full names and backgrounds of some unidentified remains cases that have gone unsolved, from many years back.

However, I don't have permission from him to use his name or the data we've gathered on these cases. But it's very interesting stuff.
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Postby Scepcop » 10 Jun 2009, 11:15

Hi Eteponge,

Those are some incredible accounts and experiences you've had. Would make for a great horror movie.

Speaking of horror films, there's one out now that I heard is really really REALLY scary, called "Drag me to hell". Have you seen it? Here's the trailer, it looks way too scary even for me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-REviL75zg

At the house I grew up in in Fremont, CA, it was brand new and we were the first residents. However, there were some strange things that happened there occasionally. In the guest room next to mine, I would sometimes hear a loud thud in the middle of the night, but when I went in there, nothing had fallen either in the room or the closet. It was very weird and I couldn't explain it. Can the heat expanding and contracting at night, which does make noises, really make loud thuds as well?

When I was 5, I also remember a pulsating ball of light that floated into my room. It was emanating electronic sounds. That never happened again though. I always wondered if that was real or a dream.

Recently I had a ghost experience in my apartment after the owner's husband passed away. The doorknob turned by itself and snapped back loudly, when I was all alone, right next to me. I was stunned and freaked out. Later, there was a very loud tapping sound in front of me and my girlfriend, right on the wall, as though someone were banging the wall with a stick. She was too scared to sleep there that night so we had to go to her mom's house.

About the psychic detective, why didn't you two publish your data somewhere, like on the web at least? If not, what was the point of doing all that work?

Did you ever ask him/her about what happened to Jimmy Hoffa and where his body is? Or other unexplained mysteries?

More recently, David Carradine, star of "Kung Fu" was found dead in his hotel room in Thailand, with a rope around his neck, hands, and genitals, in the closet. The police there ruled it as a suicide, but his family suspects foul play. Can you ask your psychic detective to look into that as well?
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Postby Eteponge » 10 Jun 2009, 12:20

Scepcop wrote:Hi Eteponge,

Those are some incredible accounts and experiences you've had. Would make for a great horror movie.

Speaking of horror films, there's one out now that I heard is really really REALLY scary, called "Drag me to hell". Have you seen it? Here's the trailer, it looks way too scary even for me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-REviL75zg

No, I haven't seen it. Looks interesting.

Scepcop wrote:At the house I grew up in in Fremont, CA, it was brand new and we were the first residents. However, there were some strange things that happened there occasionally. In the guest room next to mine, I would sometimes hear a loud thud in the middle of the night, but when I went in there, nothing had fallen either in the room or the closet. It was very weird and I couldn't explain it. Can the heat expanding and contracting at night, which does make noises, really make loud thuds as well?

When I was 5, I also remember a pulsating ball of light that floated into my room. It was emanating electronic sounds. That never happened again though. I always wondered if that was real or a dream.

Recently I had a ghost experience in my apartment after the owner's husband passed away. The doorknob turned by itself and snapped back loudly, when I was all alone, right next to me. I was stunned and freaked out. Later, there was a very loud tapping sound in front of me and my girlfriend, right on the wall, as though someone were banging the wall with a stick. She was too scared to sleep there that night so we had to go to her mom's house.

Where I live now, I sometimes hear the sound of someone falling to the ground with a loud thud or a very loud crash, and I'll go check, and nothing is there, and nothing is disturbed. One day I walked out of my room and heard a woman say, "Hello!", very distinctly and very loudly, and I was here alone, and the TVs were all off, and it seemed to come from the middle of the room. I've also heard someone drop laundry at the end of my bed, but looked and checked and no one was there, and nothing was on the floor.

One of my uncles was staying at my great grandmother's place one time years ago, and he heard the sounds of something tearing everything apart in the next room, bangings and crashings, etc. He ran in there to check, saw nothing at all, but still heard the sounds right in front of him. He ran out of that house and refused to go back.

Scepcop wrote:About the psychic detective, why didn't you two publish your data somewhere, like on the web at least? If not, what was the point of doing all that work?

It's complicated. He's a very shy reclusive guy, gives readings to friends, relatives, those who contact him and ask him whom he doesn't know (I saw some posts of his on a forum, and contacted him for a reading, without him knowing me), and friends and associates of friends & relatives, those whom he is directed to for a reading, etc. But he never charges money. His grandmother was a fairly famous medium and spiritualist author, and he was raised spiritualist (he's fourth generation spiritualist), but he's one of those "I don't want any attention drawn to myself" types.

Also, typically when most Psychic Detectives do their cases, they don't seek out particular cases, rather, they let the family themselves contact them for a case (unless they have a sudden vision of a case that they are drawn to speak about).

What he and I have been doing is a bit unorthodox to normal Psychic Detective tradition, in that I look up famous unsolved murder cases, unsolved missing person cases, unidentified remains cases, etc, usually from 15, 25, to 35 years ago, sometimes as far back as 60 years (because those of which a long time has passed without being solved need resolution, and are real mysteries.) Also because there is one famous Psychic case I'm familiar with, where this woman had a vision of where a local woman's body was (a nurse who was murdered a few days earlier) whom she heard about being missing on the radio, and she went *straight to the body* and contacted police, and the police *arrested her* for the crime because she knew things from her vision she shouldn't have known (she was only let go when the two guys who murdered the woman were caught and confessed), and that's the main reason we stick to cases from 15, 25, to 35 years ago or more, so if the information does pan out as accurate, something dumb like that doesn't happen to us.

Also, the data we've jotted down is scattered all over the place, a bunch of clues written down as he got it (like most psychic stuff), not entirely coherent.

And, I'm waiting to see if any of these cases are solved on their own, to see if the data matched.

Scepcop wrote:Did you ever ask him/her about what happened to Jimmy Hoffa and where his body is? Or other unexplained mysteries?

Yep, I asked him about Jimmy Hoffa. He said his remains are now scattered about in the cement in a bridge that was under construction at the time (I forgot which one he said it was), they poured what was left of him in with the cement. So, thousands of people a day drive over him without knowing it. (Not making that up, that's what he said.)

I asked him about the Black Dahlia murder, and he said the killer's first name is Robert.

I asked him about the Zodiac Killer, and he said the killer was actually a cop.

I asked him about the Adam Walsh case, and he said that the killer was actually a close family friend, and that in one of the videos where John Walsh and his Wife were pleading for his son's return, the killer can be seen in the background. And that the rest of the remains of Adam Walsh (minus the head) are in his basement, and that John Walsh is still friends with the guy (but doesn't know this about him, obviously).

I asked him about that famous case in 1957 of The Grimes Sisters murder, and he said shockingly, that the murderer was a woman who met the two girls (who were big Elvis fans) and she told them that she too was an Elvis fan, and she lead them away and molested and murdered them, she was a high class woman and a lesbian. He told me that this can be checked to a degree, by looking at the autopsy and finding out that there was no semen on the victims or at the crime scene.

There were several others I asked about, but I've forgotten off the top of my head.

Scepcop wrote:More recently, David Carradine, star of "Kung Fu" was found dead in his hotel room in Thailand, with a rope around his neck, hands, and genitals, in the closet. The police there ruled it as a suicide, but his family suspects foul play. Can you ask your psychic detective to look into that as well?

I talk to him at least once a week, I'll ask him about that next time.
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Postby Eteponge » 10 Jun 2009, 13:02

Actually, I think I will ask him next time I talk to him if it's okay if I post some of the clues we've gotten on other specific cases. (I already did on several very well known cases above, those I doubt he'd mind me sharing.) Now might be the right time to get some of this stuff together to show to other people.
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Postby Eteponge » 11 Jun 2009, 20:30

Okay, here goes, first round of compiled cases I've done with the Psychic friend of mine (the ones that aren't disorganized that I have have neatly written down in a text file with names and clues together) ...

(Case 1): Brandi Jondell Summers and her younger sister - It was a teenage babysitter. She wanted to protect them from the original father. Killed mother with golf club. The teenage babysitter's family was involved. The teenage babysitter panicked, killed the mother, and that's why the baby was left behind. Someone noticed an argument, but didn't come forward.

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/s/s ... randi.html

(Case 2): Keith Dean Fleming - The mastermind was 18 year old, white pick up truck. Blonde hair. Knew his girlfriend, victim only knew *of* him. Hung out at pizza joint not far from where victim disappeared. Daniels is last name. Killers: Sharks imagery, symbolic of groups of teenagers. Surrounded this boy. He was raped. Someone liked his girlfriend, had argument with one of the boy's brother, revenge, over girl mostly. Someone should interview the girl now, current husband is high school sweetheart, it was his brother who was one of them. There is a dog house above where the body is, in someone's backyard. The girlfriend has a connection where the body is buried. She knows now what happened, is afraid.

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/f/f ... keith.html

(Case 3): Tammy Lynn Akers and Angela Rader - They were lesbians. They ran away on their own. The main suspect knew where they went, but didn't tell. They moved to Montana.

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/a/akers_tammy.html

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/r/rader_angela.html

(Case 4): April Rose Zane - She went to a party with five guys, played strip poker, she got naked, was on drugs, beer, two of them raped and murdered her, threw her out in the woods while she was still alive, but died while out there.

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/z/zane_april.html

(Case 5): Jay Calvin Pringle - Body is near an Itallian Resturant, behind the woods.

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/p/pringle_jay.html

Now for some unidentified remains cases...

(Case I): Grateful Doe: Some information from case files that the Psychic claims to resolve below -

Unresolved: "A note in his pocket that said: "To Jason, Sorry we had to go. See you around. Caroline O. and Caroline T." The note had a phone number with a 914 prefix on it, but there was no area code."

Psychic Information: His Name: Alex (Alexander) Greer - The Missing Area Code: Area Code 356 - State: NJ (He was there at the grateful dead concert with his boyfriend, the boyfriend was the one named "Jason" in the note, they got separated while there, when he didn't show up later, Jason just went home. The Jason guy's parents were very homophobic and would have flipped out if they knew their son was with Alex, so that's why he never brought up that he had been at the concert with Alex.)

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.myspace.com/grateful_doe

(Case II): Unidentified Black Male

Some background on this case: "Police found John Doe in the early morning hours of October 11, 1945, in Jacksonville, Illinois. Unable to communicate, the deaf and mute teenager was labeled “feeble minded” and sentenced by a judge to the Lincoln State School and Colony in Jacksonville. He remained in the Illinois mental health care system for over thirty years and died at the Sharon Oaks Nursing Home in Peoria on November 28, 1993."

Psychic Information:

True Name: James Wilson

Background: Father left in disgust at his son's condition, mother died of a stroke, and so the boy wandered and looked for help, but could find none.

Links to this unsolved case:

http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/496umil.html
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Postby Eteponge » 12 Jun 2009, 11:45

Oh, I asked my Psychic friend today after I got permission to post some cases, if he had tapped into David Carradine's death, and he told me that he had, and that what he got was that a woman and David Carradine were consensually participating in breath control play during a sex act, but it went too far, and David died from it, and the woman panicked and left. She could be charged with murder if she is caught, even if it was truly accidental, he said.
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Postby Scepcop » 12 Jun 2009, 22:43

I've never heard of those other cases. Why doesn't the police or FBI use your psychic friend to work on cases for them? Or to find Osama Bin Laden (if they really are trying to find him)?

I wonder though, if Carradine was with a woman doing all that weird kinky stuff (someone said he was interested in having an NDE while masturbating), how come the hotel staff and their camera don't mention that a woman was in his room?
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Scepcop wrote:I've never heard of those other cases. Why doesn't the police or FBI use your psychic friend to work on cases for them? Or to find Osama Bin Laden (if they really are trying to find him)?

Because I'm the first one to ever approach him asking if he wanted to try to tap into some cases and see what we get. He's done readings for years (and when he did a Reading on me and contacted deceased relatives and friends of mine, it was *Highly Accurate*), but he has never tried any of the Psychic Detective stuff himself UNTIL I asked him if he wanted to try it about a year and a half ago. Like I said, we haven't been able to confirm the details of the information he's gotten on these cases as correct or not so far, I've been bringing him various cases over the past year and a half, to see what he gets on them when he taps into them. All I've been doing is collecting the data of what he gets on these cases for future reference. These are still unsolved cases. What I'm hoping for, is for one of these to eventually be solved, and the data match what he's told me. THEN, he might be contacted by families and the police asking to do work on some cases.

Scepcop wrote:I wonder though, if Carradine was with a woman doing all that weird kinky stuff (someone said he was interested in having an NDE while masturbating), how come the hotel staff and their camera don't mention that a woman was in his room?

If it was a prostitute or something, maybe her or David bribed them to keep quiet about it to prevent a scandal, and they've honored that. Or, perhaps the Hotel staff knew about it, but didn't want a bad reputation to the Hotel, so they've kept quiet about it, or were told to keep quiet about it. There are a number of possibilities. I should probably ask my friend about this in particular next time I speak with him.
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Postby Scepcop » 12 Jun 2009, 23:24

Wow. So have you met him in person or talked to him on the phone? Does he sound sincere?

I've met people in my travels who had very bizarre experiences and claims with no proof, yet sounded extremely sincere and honest.

Have you asked him about the JFK Assassination? Or about who Jack the Ripper was?

Does he also do mediumship? If you showed him a picture of deceased relatives, can he give readings about them? If so, could he do one for my girlfriend and try to contact her deceased father?

If he can do stuff like that, maybe he can be like George Anderson and have clients lined up to see him. Anderson is really accurate I heard.
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Scepcop wrote:Wow. So have you met him in person or talked to him on the phone? Does he sound sincere?

I've spoken to him on the phone many, many, many times. He's definitely sincere. Let me relate to you something interesting that happened with him the first time I spoke with him over the phone. I asked him if he could connect with someone I knew as a child, but could no longer remember the name of, he stopped him right there, told me to not say anything more, that he "got" the person (tapped into them), and would relate what he was getting from them. (He does this often, tells you to stop, don't tell him anything more.)

First some background on the person he connected with before I tell you what he told me: When I was a child, I knew a black man who worked at my aunt and uncle's restaurant who always wore a captain (of a ship) type outfit and smoked a pipe, I still don't remember his name. Some of my earliest memories are of me sitting in the back of the restaurant, and him cooking me a meal back there, giving it to me, and saying "Here you go little buddy, something good fer ya!"

I knew this man was long dead, because I visited this man (with my dad, who took me) when I was a few years older, when I was a young teenager, in the hospital when he was dying of cancer. He was touched that I did that, and was happy to see me again, not long before he passed away. My dad knows his name I think, I should ask him sometime.

What the Psychic told me, going on NO INFORMATION (other than "someone I knew as a child, but could no longer remember the name of"), "I see a man, a black man, in a restaurant setting, smiling at me, he's smoking a pipe, and is dressed like a captain of a ship." I asked the Psychic if this man had any memories of me that he would like to share with me, and the Psychic starting getting really emotional, choked up, and crying when he responded (very emotionally), and he told me, "He's showing me you in a backroom in a restaurant setting, as a little kid, and he's cooking something for you, and now he's saying, "Here you go little buddy, something good fer ya!" The *EXACT* words he would say to me as a child. Then the medium said he got really emotional, because the guy's spirit came through very strongly, and it really touched him.

That experience shocked the hell out of me. No one except me knows this information. My dad knows that I knew that guy as a kid, and he knew him fairly well, and that he sometimes took me back there to cook me something, but not the words he spoke to me.

I've also had a childhood friend of mine who died when I was little come through during a phone session with him, and she told him stuff about me that he would have no way of knowing, private things that only would apply to me. And when my grandmother appeared to him, he described her as wearing a full nurse's uniform (she was a nurse), and she told him obscure stuff like exactly where on the counter at Christmas time she always (never failing) set the cream-filled oatmeal cookies. And another relative, an Aunt of mine came through, and he got her first name, and obscure stuff like how she had a child out of wedlock at 16 who died when he was 4. Very obscure stuff, that no one outside my family knows, and isn't written down anywhere.

That type of stuff coming through is what prompted me to ask him if he'd want to try to tap into various unsolved cases.

Scepcop wrote:I've met people in my travels who had very bizarre experiences and claims with no proof, yet sounded extremely sincere and honest.

I have too. But the difference with this guy, is a lot of the stuff (not all, some things have been off, misinterpreted by him, or misdirected, or unverifiable, or flat out miss, as no Psychic is ever 100%, but a hell of a lot and a noticeably high percentage has been dazzle-shot very detailed non-vague hits) that's come through is verifiable stuff, at least the personal stuff that came through in readings and connecting with deceased love ones with me overall. He also gave my brother a reading and he was impressed.

What was VERY interesting to me, was my other grandmother came through during a reading with him, and told him some stuff about me, and stuff she wanted me to do, and then a few months later, I went to a different Medium, and my grandmother came through, and related the same stuff to him about me to him that she had to the other one, and added that she "didn't want me working on unsolved cases, because that's not my ultimate purpose", and this through a totally unrelated medium. (The other medium I went to, I'm sure I can reveal his name, Marcel Cairo, another friend of mine I know whose a medium.)

But of course, I'm going against that recommendation a bit, I guess.

Scepcop wrote:Have you asked him about the JFK Assassination? Or about who Jack the Ripper was?

I probably have, but I'd need to ask him again to refresh my memory, or check my text files to see if it's in there.

Scepcop wrote:Does he also do mediumship? If you showed him a picture of deceased relatives, can he give readings about them? If so, could he do one for my girlfriend and try to contact her deceased father?

Oh, yes, I forgot to clarify that. He is a Medium primarily, but also does Readings on the person, and therefore is also Psychic. I'll ask him if he'd do a reading for your girlfriend. I know he'll do Email, or over the Phone.

Scepcop wrote:If he can do stuff like that, maybe he can be like George Anderson and have clients lined up to see him. Anderson is really accurate I heard.

I've read up a lot on George Anderson and his Mediumship, watched a number of TV Shows that talked about him and his best sessions (like on Unsolved Mysteries), he's *Highly Accurate*, probably the best Medium in modern times. I notice he's often omitted from the Skeptics' Roster when they attack Mediums and Mediumship. Sylvia Brown and John Edward may be easy pickings for Skeptics, but George Anderson is a whole nother story.
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