Today in “witchy woo land” – psychic talks about MH370

Psychic Lisa Williams goes on CNN to talk about the missing Malaysia Flight 370. Even the hosts are skeptical yet, there she is. Why? Why do they give psychics air time.

‘I Tend to Work Off What I Don’t Know’: HLN Asks Psychic to Investigate Missing Plane

On Thursday night, HLN invited a psychic to discuss what she think may have been the fate of the lost airliner and the 239 souls that were on board that plane.

Williams said that her powers are telling her that some of the passengers are still alive and are being held in an undisclosed location. She added that she knew this because she was attempting to contact MH370′s lost passengers for their living relatives.

“I do believe that it actually crashed, and I see a lot of trees,” Williams revealed. “I think there is a larger organization behind this that is leading us off track with this debris.”

Williams said that she was just informed by the voices in her “witchy woo land” that the mystery behind the plane’s disappearance will be finally resolved “within the next three weeks.”

Follow the link above for video. Williams says that any psychic who gives “hard, concrete evidence can’t do their job correctly” and that she works on what she “doesn’t know”. I have NO idea what either of those things mean. But until psychics actual say something that investigators can go on, or if they say something unmistakably specific that turns out to be true, I’ll say woo indeed. We’ve waiting a very long time already for psychics to be useful in these sorts of investigations, I suspect we’ll be waiting quite a while longer.

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  4 comments for “Today in “witchy woo land” – psychic talks about MH370

  1. Jim1950a
    March 21, 2014 at 7:45 PM

    Wow! Even FOX hasn’t had any psychics yet.

  2. L. Barth
    March 21, 2014 at 8:47 PM

    She really did not “say” anything, & it was annoying that the members of the panel, who are usually very outspoken, didn’t even challenge her. They were really wishy- washy.

  3. March 22, 2014 at 5:55 AM

    It may be in bad taste but I can’t see why it’s wrong to have a self proclaimed ‘psychic’ on TV. In reality ‘the News’ is just another entertainment programme and, in this sad story of the missing plane, I would guess the producers have run out of ‘experts’.

  4. Rick
    March 22, 2014 at 5:44 PM

    Unfortunately, this psychic’s comments are no more valid or invalid than any of the talking heads on CNN.
    At this point, no one has any clue as to what happened.

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