Not one psychic lead has helped in crime solving, unless you believe (updated)

Psychics Give Tips In High Profile TBI Cases

Whether you believe in psychics or not, they’ve played a role in several high profile missing persons cases in this area.

Most recently in the case of Holly Bobo who disappeared last April from her home in Decatur County.

It seems whenever someone disappears, the psychics and their visions suddenly appear, eager to help, like in the case of Holly Bobo where the TBI has gotten more than 150 tips from psychics or people who have consulted with them.

TBI spokeswoman Kristin Helm admits, “It is a lot.”

And she adds, “Not one psychic lead has helped in this case.”

Or in any case, for that matter, Helm said.

Source: Newschannel5 (Nashville, TN)

Well, this is a weird story. The piece cites an investigator and a detective who said psychics do not help. Then you have quotes from the psychics saying according to their feedback, they are accurate. Which is it? Why the disparity. It should be easy to show that they help or not and the evidence so far shows they do not. The crimes are solved by careful detective work or are NOT solved at all. The detective does note that they “give a lot of hope to families”. Is that a good thing? It’s not helping to solve the crime though. He adds, “If they had the information they said they did, we’d have them on staff in every police department.”

It remains very negative towards psychics though. Not one has actually helped by volunteering  “visions, dreams, thoughts, strange places. And, it’s always very vague…”

  3 comments for “Not one psychic lead has helped in crime solving, unless you believe (updated)

  1. Scott Godlewski
    February 24, 2012 at 4:34 PM

    As much garbage as investigators get from “psychics”, are any treated as a person of interest when information given turns out to be accurate? I mean, just looking at the immense number of misses, an accurate tip to me implies coincidence or involvement.

  2. Randy
    February 25, 2012 at 9:47 AM

    Just what I was going to say. If any person has knowledge of a crime that hasn’t been publicized, they would be a prime suspect in my book.

  3. Nena
    February 26, 2012 at 8:17 PM

    i was resently in New York and helped a well known person. I live in Europe. I can help (my work is free).



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