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Psychic Detectives: Using the Power of the MInd to Solve True Crimes
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Psychic Detectives: Using the Power of the MInd to Solve True Crimes (Hardback)

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Crime investigation is not always a matter of gathering hard evidence. Just as police officers sometimes follow a "hunch", people with psychic abilities have often supplied invaluable leads to help crack the most baffling cases. Through dreams, visions, telepathy, and a host of other means, psychics have also predicted and tried to prevent many serious crimes. Psychic Detectives allows you to enter their world, revealing their astounding experiences and the often heavy price they pay for sharing what they know.

Police agencies are generally reluctant to admit to the use of psychics during or even after the completion of an investigation for fear of ridicule from the public and other members of the law enforcement community. Despite this, psychics have often become involved in a large number of highly publicised investigations into serial murders conducted over the last 20 years or more.

Featured cases include: the Kennedy assassinations * Jack the Ripper * Charles Manson murders * Uri Geller's diamond find * David Berkowitz ("Son of Sam") * Los Angeles Olympic Games bombing * Moors murders * Peter Sutcliffe ("The Yorkshire Ripper") * IRA bombing, Manchester * disappearance of Lord Lucan * Patty Hearst kidnapping * and many more ...

BiographyTrue storiesTrue crimePhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesCrime & criminologyCriminal investigation & detection Publisher: Amber Books Ltd Publication Date: 14/11/2021 ISBN-13: 9781838861551  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Jenny Randles and Peter Hough have been professional authors for many years. They have written 15 books as co-authors and more than 50 books between them individually, ranging across many aspects of strange phenomena. Their work has been serialised in many British national newspapers and other leading newspapers across the world. Jenny has also made a number of documentaries for the BBC - including a six part radio series (Fact or Fiction?) and a record-setting BBC2 documentary probing government archives on the paranormal. The two authors worked together on the pilot and first series of the ITV networked show 'Strange But True?' and Jenny served as story consultant for every episode made across five years of production as well as a 90 minute 'live' special. Jenny wrote the books officially tied to this hit series that attracted viewing figures as high as 13.5 million. In addition Jenny has served for the ITV teletext service for several years as the country's first paranormal agony aunt, answering viewers' questions. Respected for their objective investigations, the authors have even been called in by police as consultants to attend an inquest into a mysterious death.

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