Psychic Uses Remote Viewing To Solve a Murder

remote viewer solves murderHey guys,

It’s always great to see remote viewing used for positive ends – even if it’s to solve a very sad crime. Welsh psychic and remote viewer Diane Lazarus is making her way to Australia to help solve a murder mystery. Lazarus will be relying on remote viewing to find the answer. Check out the full story from Whales Online. I’m including the whole thing here for your convenience.

Psychic Diane Lazarus called in to solve Australian murder

by Robin Turner

A WELSH psychic is travelling to Australia in a bid to unravel one of the country’s most baffling unsolved murders.

Diane Lazarus, 44, hopes to contact the spirit of 24-year-old Debbie Anderson, whose charred remains were found in a burnt out car 11 years ago in a suburb of Perth called Middle Swan.

Hours before she died on January 24, 2000, the happy-go-lucky tourism student had borrowed her father Rod’s Ford Laser car and said she was going to visit Perth Zoo.

Later, new evidence proved the car had travelled to the region of Geraldton and back, a four-hour drive from Perth.

Debbie’s devastated British-born mother Maureen Morris died three years later and now her aunt Katie Cox has made a desperate appeal from the other side of the world to psychic consultant Diane for help.

Carmarthenshire psychic Diane, who won Channel 5’s Britain’s Psychic Challenge 2006, presented by Trisha Goddard, has a history of investigating murders. Using “remote viewing” she looked into the Jill Dando murder in London and predicted a man would spend time in prison for something he had not done.

And she also visited the spot of the 1985 Swansea sex shop murder where mother of four Sandra Phillips, manageress of the store, was sexually attacked and beaten to death.

Diane hopes to get a “remote view” of what happened to young Debbie Anderson when she travels to Australia in August. She will visit the exact spot where the burnt out car in which her body was found was discovered by police.

She said: “I can get images of what happened, who was there, what was said.”

Diane admits she does not always come up with answers but she hopes her visit, which will include a number of TV and radio appearances in the Perth area, will bring the spotlight back on the murder and galvanise police into action.

Debbie’s aunt Katie Cox, who firmly believes her niece was murdered, said: “Before my sister passed away she made me promise I would never give up on Debbie’s case and I promised her I wouldn’t.

“Debbie could be quite a character and had a good personality, she was happy and had everything to live for. At the time she was a hospitality student at a college in Perth City. She was loving the course, she had plans of opening her own restaurant one day, sadly that dream will never be realised.

“The evil person/persons who are responsible for taking Debbie’s life that day, as far as I am concerned, also took my sister’s.

“To all the families of missing or murdered loved ones my love and prayers are with you all. Every night I pray, and especially for those who don’t know if their loved ones are still just missing or have met with foul play – it’s torturous.”

Speaking about her previous visits to murder scenes, Diane has described them as “terrifying”.

Referring to murdered Swansea sex-shop worker Sandra Phillips, Diane said: “She told me she was beaten and strangled by the telephone and the telephone wire.

“The person doing the attacking was screaming ‘make the call… make the call!’.

“I believe the attacker was a regular at the store and for some reason did not like the fact Sandra Phillips became the manageress there.”

The murder led to the wrongful conviction of Neath brothers Wayne and Paul Darvell, who were released after serving seven years.

The killer has never been identified by police.

Diane also went to the woods in Penllergaer, Swansea, where 12-year-old Michelle Drinkwater was shot with an army issue pistol.

The tragic murder on June 27, 1946, has never been solved but powerful images Diane picked up at the scene led her to believe the murderer could still be alive and living in Wales.

She passed a file she compiled of her impressions about both murders to South Wales Police.

Are any of you using your remote viewing skills to solve crimes? Share your stories with me in the comments below.

Talk soon,

Michael

One Response to Psychic Uses Remote Viewing To Solve a Murder
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