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Using Psychic Detectives to Solve Crimes

Eight years ago, Troy Griffin predicted that a good friend of his, Diana, was going to be involved in a car accident. Troy spoke to Diana about his prediction and expressed his concern about her driving. Some months later, Diana was indeed involved in an accident; luckily, it wasn’t serious, but the circumstances were just the same as Troy’s vision. Troy is a psychic, able to make predictions about the future and see events many months or even years before they happen. He also says that he sees the dead and can communicate with ghosts to help solve crimes. Troy has put his psychic abilities to good use, reportedly assisting the police with more than 100 missing person cases and also several murder cases. This case is a great example of putting psychic powers to good use and the wonders that these types of predictions can do for improving everyday safety.

Why use a psychic?

Psychics are often used in missing persons cases because of their natural link to the human psyche. They are more in tune with the connections that are made between souls and appear to be more instinctive when it comes to finding solutions. They can often pick up clues from personal objects or photographs that might be missed in a more conventional investigation. Accurate psychic readings are extremely important when it comes to searching for the truth. Whether this is as part of an investigation or a face-to-face consultation, the information that we can learn can be fundamental to finding out events. Many psychics are also in tune with spirits that have passed on to the next realm and the stories that they have to tell.

The case of Laura Hale Costner

Back in 2016, Laura Hale Costner, a mother of two from Tennessee, had been missing for more than three weeks. Frustrated by more official attempts to find Laura, her sister-in-law contacted Griffin through Facebook and asked him to take on the case. Studying on Google Maps the area where Costner went missing, Griffin had strong visions about medication being involved. He also identified three of Costner's friends that he suspected were involved in her disappearance. Griffon’s suspicions were forwarded to the police, who found Costner’s body only a few hours later. Griffin’s main person of interest was arrested - he had tried to steal Costner’s prescription medication and then hit her in the back of the head.

Working with the police

Griffon now uses his abilities to assist in around 30 cases a year, giving guidance to police departments, as well as working freelance as a psychic detective, assisting families. However, police departments won’t confirm that they actually use psychics to help them with cases, in particular the FBI who categorically deny this. Despite this however, psychics are actively used to assist with cases on a regular basis. It is still not widely accepted as a legitimate investigative strategy, yet you can’t deny the results.

What makes a good detective? You will always hear police talk about having a hunch or using gut instinct. Isn’t it time to also legitimize the instincts and visions of talented psychics that are helping to solve crimes and missing person cases every day?


This is a contributed post by Jane Sandwood. Jane has been a freelance writer and editor for over 10 years. She writes for both digital and print across a wide variety of fields. Her main interest is exploring how people can improve their health and wellbeing in their everyday lives. When she isn't writing, Jane can often be found with her nose in a book, at the gym or just spending time with her family.

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