More often than not, it's the psychics who reach out to law enforcement offering tips and assistance. After Smart's kidnapping, Salt Lake police were inundated with tips from psychics telling them where to find her body and who might have killed her. Of course we all know now that Smart was not dead, and she was still in Salt Lake City.
She was found nine months later, spotted by two couples who suspected they had seen Smart.
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Not one psychic guessed that she had been kidnapped by Brian David Mitchell, who had been holding Smart captive as his second wife for months, right under everyone's noses. Her body was found a year later in Rock Creek Park in D. One of the most famous psychic detectives, Sylvia Celeste Browne, has had some spectacular failures in the past, incorrectly predicting that 6-year-old Opal Jo Jennings had been sold into slavery in Japan. She wasn't. Unfortunately, the girl — who was kidnapped from her home — was found dead a few days later just down the street.
Celeste Browne also said Amanda Berry was dead. That, thankfully, turned out not to be true when Berry escaped the house in Cleveland, Ohio, where she'd been held captive with two other women for 10 years.
Even so, sometimes law enforcement bows to pressure from citizens to enlist the help of a psychic. That's what happened in , when the Atlanta Police Department was desperate for leads that could help with the capture of the killer responsible for the Atlanta Child Murders.
At that time, 10 black children had been killed, four more were missing, and noted psychic Dorothy Allison's book had just come out, detailing her work helping detectives with cases like Patty Hearst and John Wayne Gacy. Atlanta residents flooded city hall begging them to talk to Allison.
Allison gave APD 42 possible names, none of them Wayne Williams, the man ultimately convicted with the crimes. However, detectives were unable to locate John.
John's case was solved prior to the broadcast; it was profiled to demonstrate Dorothy Allison's psychic abilities. In the story, the disappearance was said to take place in , between Port Chester and Rye, and the victim was a never-identified stranger whose body was never found. Results: Solved.
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Two months after John vanished, a father and son were target shooting with a bow and arrow on a bluff overlooking the Passaic River. One of the arrows missed the target and landed a few feet from John's body. John had been found on February 22, which matched what Dorothy said about the numbers "2, 2, 2".
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Also, there was a nearby park where tires had been arranged to make a sled run. Police determined that John had fallen asleep on the train ride home.
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The conductor made an unscheduled stop on the Passaic River Bridge, and opened the doors to let another passenger off the back of the train. John, who was still half asleep, thought that this was his stop and walked off of the train. He then fell off the bridge and drowned.
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