Swedish medium Olof Jonsson claimed a special connection with people. When near a person, he maintained he could tell their life story, their likes and dislikes, and even their thoughts. He said he could touch a person and detect feelings about themselves and other people. He even asserted he could touch an object and establish the identity of people who touched it before him. Thus in 1951, Swedish police sought his help in finding a killer. It was the first, last, and only time the Swedish police used a psychic medium to assist with an investigation. The murder of John Allan Nilsson The victim was John Allan Nilsson. Nilsson’s home had been nearly burned to the ground. Police found the cause to be arson and determined that
17-year-old Rebecca Townsend of Brookfield, Connecticut was with her family and boyfriend Ben Arne in Spain when a car appeared out of nowhere heading toward them. Rebecca did was everyone knew she would do – she reacted quickly and pushed Ben out of the way. Unfortunately, the car struck Rebecca and she was pronounced dead at the scene. When the family returned home and unpacked her things, they found a note titled “For the Future – Rebecca Townsend”. It was Rebecca’s bucket list of things she wanted to do before she died. It listed three things. Kiss in the rain Fly to Spain Save a life It seems as if Rebecca was able to complete the last two of which Rebecca completed on her trip to
Oregon ranchers advised to travel in pairs and carry arms after rash of mutilated bull cases in Salem area.
Associated Press has reported that ranch hands in Salem, Oregon have been advised by law enforcement to travel in pairs and carry arms after a rash of dead bulls with sex organs and tongues removed have been reported throughout eastern Oregon. According to law enforcement, the bulls showed no indication they were shot, attacked by predators, or poisoned. There were no tracks around the carcasses and the bulls had been entirely drained of blood. The owner of one ranch said it appeared as if “someone using a knife or scalpel did it”. Explanations for the bizarre mutilations vary widely. Some ranch management hands think someone is killing the bulls to cause financial harm to the ranchers. Dave Bohnert, director of Oregon State University’s Eastern Oregon Agricultural
It was quietly launched in 2015 and takes great lengths to stay under the radar. Few have even heard of the app. Nobody knows much about its founders. It avoids normal technology hubs and instead conducts business through offices in LA, New York, London, and Paris. Only a select few are allowed into the social network - membership is approved by a secretive anonymous committee. Members must adhere to strict rules of confidentiality. Even an attempt at a screenshot inside the app results in a numbered, filed warning that threatens to revoke your membership if the screenshot shows up on the Internet. The list of the rich and famous who use the app is long and include celebrities such as Skrillex, Elijah Wood, Amy Schumer,