A psychic is a person who is endowed with extra sensory perceptions or psi abilities. It is a divine gift, which cannot be explained in terms of the laws of physical science, as the psychic energy transcends both space and time. A psychic has a superfine and heightened intuition. The law enforcement agencies utilize the energy of the psychics to investigate those crimes, which their ace detectives fail to crack.
In most of the investigative cases, a psychic detective uses himself as a medium and goes into trance, where he may actually see the culprit committing the crime, or he may communicate with the spirits to detect the culprit. He interprets the visions he sees when he is in a state of trance. The great ‘seer’ Edgar Cayce was the pioneer of this type of psychic viewing.
Another way used by the psychic is akin to empathy, and is called clairempathy. This ability enables the psychic to figure out the aura of a person, place, or an animal. The psychic also places himself into the mind of the criminal and thus traces his deeds. The process is called ‘bird-dogging’.
Some of the other well-known tools that the psychic detectives use are
numerology, astrology, tarot card reading and crystal ball gazing and
There are numerous documented cases of criminal nature cracked by the psychic detectives.
A gentleman psychic named Hurkos from Netherlands developed this ability in the year 1941 at the age of 30. He could locate the criminal by merely touching an object associated with that person. He visited the US in 1956, remained there till 1969 and became a celebrity psychic detective who helped several Hollywood stars. He solved 27 notorious cases of murders in 17 countries. One of the high profile cases, that he helped to solve related to the murder of 13 elderly women between June 14, 1962, and January 4, 1964 committed by a serial killer named Boston Strangler.
Another forensic psychic or criminal profiler was Allison DuBois who
helped the FBI. She also wrote a book ‘Do not Kiss Them Good-bye’.
It was reported that she could see through the eye of the perpetrator
of the crime. Her psychic abilities were tested at the Human Energy Systems
Laboratory by University of Arizona professor, Dr. Gary E. Schwartz, who
wrote the Foreword to her book. According to Schwartz Allison, DuBois
was tested in several experiments and she was found to be highly accurate
and specific in her answers.
Noreen Renier 57, one of the most renowned psychic detectives in the world, has in the past few years also been featured on other national TV programs such as "Geraldo," the "Joan Rivers Show," ABC's "Incredible Sunday," and CBS's "48 Hours," as well as in the December 5, 1988, US News & World Report.
Renier delivered a lecture at the FBI Academy in Quantico in the year 1981. She has worked on more than 400 intractable cases including 120 homicide cases and other crimes with Law Enforcement Agencies in 38 states and 6 foreign countries. She had predicted the assassination attempt on President Reagan in vivid detail three months before it happened. Noreen Renier is also known for having successfully predicted the assassination of Egypt's President Anwar Sadat.
She has earned several accolades from many important personalities connected
with the law enforcement including David E. Walsh, Director Southwest
Florida Criminal Justice Academy, James W. Greenleaf, Assistant Director
FBI Academy, Quantico, Va., who invited her to address the students at
the National Academy class entitled, 'Applied Criminology.'
This is the power of the psychic energy- to transcend the natural and immerse in the supernatural.