Mentalist Offers Help in Stacy Peterson Case

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”I’m interested in becoming involved with this case, in more ways than one … This case is crying out for a breakthrough, and I don’t have to be a thought reader to say that.” -”The Amazing Kreskin”

”At this time, we won’t be granting any meeting with the Amazing Kreskin.” -Mark Dorencz, spokesman for the Illinois State Police

Ever notice how, whenever psychics get involved in missing person cases, they always say that the missing person is “near water”?

One of the funniest things I ever saw on television was back in the 70s when Kreskin had his own television program and members of the audience would come up and he’d answer all manner of questions for them about their lives and their futures.

One audience member came up and Kreskin asked “What’s your name, miss?” and the audience member said, “I’m a guy.”

Maybe you had to have been there.

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  1. Let’s be clear — Kreskin is not a psychic, nor does he claim to be one. What he is is skilled in interpreting clues and cues. Whether that would be helpful in this case or not is debatable, but he would certainly be more helpful than a self-proclaimed psychic.

  2. IF KRESKIN KNOWS ANYTHING AND THE POLICE WON’T INVOLVE IF, WHY DOESN’T HES GO THE STACY’S FAMILY DIRECTLY. I’M SURE THEY WOULD LISTEN


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