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  1. #49
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    My grandmother died when I was in my senior year. She had health issues but was only 62, so the death was kind of a shock.

    I adored my grandmother and was distraught at her death. Three days after her death I was in her kitchen doing dishes and wondering how I was going to go on living in a world without my grandmother. Sounds melodramatic but you'd have to understand the dynamics of my family and how much I loved and needed my grandmother.

    At that point, I literally felt her arms go around me and heard her tell me everything would be OK. I KNOW it was her and I know it was real.
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    Oh, I absolutely believe in the paranormal and metaphysical realms we encounter at different times in our lives.

    I believe that there are psychics who do have some kind of extra sensory perception of other energies not rooted in the corporeal functions of our human bodies. Or something like that. I've had some unexplanable experiences of my own, which I would never expect anyone to believe, BTW, but I know.

    I do not believe the people who participated in this obscene Smit and Tracey fraud are even honest humans, much less psychics. It was clear to me they were pandering, ALL of them, and for money, nothing less.

    Tracey had already hit the bottom with PERV KARR, but now Smit is right there with him, forever exposed as a fraud and shill with NO CONSCIENCE.

    Reminds me of the "Sketch Man" episode, where the sketch of the "killer" was drawn from Sylvia Brown's "psychic" BS and posted on the Ramsey's own JB website. That was bad enough, and that's when the PI who worked for the Ramseys at the time quit. Armistead, who now seems to have had some professional standards, was then dissed by Wood. This is when the carnie team Ollie and Lou took over for good.

    Now we see what THEIR WORLD-CLASS INVESTIGATION has brought to solving the murder: CONS PRETENDING TO BE PSYCHICS. I mean, this is embarrassing even for Wood!

    Jezuz. Can Hunter and Lacy and Boulder and all the TV and media shills who have joined Team Ramsey through the years REALLY BE THIS GULLIBLE?

    Because the only alternative is they know the truth and are willingly aiding in helping a child killer escape justice forever.

    It's just horrifying to contemplate how awful either of those is, and how both are undeniably true.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Oh yeah, the poster gaia227 at WS found this about the female "psychic" on the Smit and Tracey croc of cons. It's a group that investigated this woman and they pretty much say she's a lying con:

    http://www.iigwest.com/investigation...la_report.html

    What does this say about the investigative skills of Lou Smit? Just what we've known all along: he spreads pure propaganda and has no ability to discriminate between complete BS and the truth.

    Or he's really an immoral shill who will say and do anything to promote himself, and the murdered child be damned.

    Either way, no surprise to us.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlsim View Post
    My grandmother died when I was in my senior year. She had health issues but was only 62, so the death was kind of a shock.

    I adored my grandmother and was distraught at her death. Three days after her death I was in her kitchen doing dishes and wondering how I was going to go on living in a wold without my grandmother. Sounds melodramatic but you'd have to understand the dynamics of my family and how much I loved and needed my grandmother.

    At that point, I literally felt her arms go around me and heard her tell me everything would be OK. I KNOW it was her and I know it was real.
    You gave me chills and made me cry!

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    All of your wonderful experiences were real and a perfect example of how you need not be psychic to have them. As I said, the dead can speak to us whenever they wish. Sometimes we hear them, sometimes we see them, sometimes we just "feel" them. The difference with a Medium is that they can see ANY dead person; for the average person they can see/hear/feel only the deceased that are part of their own lives.
    Remember that movie "The Sixth Sense?" Well, most Mediums start out like that little boy. We all can see into that plane as babies...most lose it as we grow up.
    I remember years ago when I was visiting the first true Medium I ever met- an old Italian lady who was the grandmother of a good friend (she now also has the "gift", as do her children, though they don't like it much) and she said to me "be careful when you open that door (using your spiritual gifts) because they will come when THEY want to come and not just when you call them).
    She was right. The living are annoying enough, but at least you can turn the phone off, not open the door.
    I hate to hear stories of those charlatans and people who try to deceive the bereaved. Because there IS another place and time, whether you believe or not, and phonies like that make it seem like parlor tricks and hocus-pocus.
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    Smile KoldKase,

    Thank you for that web site about the "psychic" from TruTV. Very interesting indeed. My heart goes out the the parents and families of abducted or murdered children during the long wait for justice for the deed doer. When you hear about the charlatans that step forward to "help" you really have to wonder what motivates them except for money and fame. Oh I do believe that there are real persons who can "see" another dimension. But I think they are rare and often don't even want to use their powers unlike this woman who is there to often it seems.

    I remember a story my Mother told me after we lost my youngest brother who was 25 at the time of his death. Mom had gone shopping to a near by mall and parked outside of one of the larger stores. After being in the mall for a time she headed out to her car to head for home. What she thought was the correct door to the parking lot wasn't at all the right one and she was completely turned around and couldn't find her car. She got panicky and stopped walking and closed her eyes then asked my brother, her baby, to please guide her to her car. She said that she felt his hand in hers as she re-entered the store and went out the correct exit and found her car right away. Telling that story to us made her realize that she physically felt my brothers hand in hers. Rather than it being spooky it was a comforting thought to know he had helped her.
    "When are we going to get our heads out of the sand and understand that sometimes really nice people who look good on the outside are dastardly on the inside." Wendy Murphy, former prosecutor, MA

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    Oh yeah, the poster gaia227 at WS found this about the female "psychic" on the Smit and Tracey croc of cons. It's a group that investigated this woman and they pretty much say she's a lying con:

    http://www.iigwest.com/investigation...la_report.html

    What does this say about the investigative skills of Lou Smit? Just what we've known all along: he spreads pure propaganda and has no ability to discriminate between complete BS and the truth.

    Or he's really an immoral shill who will say and do anything to promote himself, and the murdered child be damned.

    Either way, no surprise to us.
    LOL, I beat ya too it...see post #47. Great minds....

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    I missed it. Having travelled all day and with my body clock tuned 5 hours further on, I really tried to stay awake but unfortunately and despite my best efforts, I passed out around 8pm.

    Doesn't sound as though I missed much tho'.
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    Welcome back wench...we miss that tartan flavour around here when you're away.....

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    Yeah, welcome back, Scottish wench. We've missed your high dudgeon!! We almost got bored. If it hadn't been for Zotto dragging poor Sven through the streets by his heels, then chaining him up as the main attraction at the Guttah Fall Festival 08 Face Squishing Booth, we wouldn't have had no fun at all!!

    You DID get those Bloomies for us, right? And asked all the questions?

    As for Smit's and Tracey's latest Croc IV...or is this V?...well, you did miss a LOT. I have yet to see a BETTER EXAMPLE of their CRACKERJACK DETECTING--you know, with their toy magnifying glass they got out of the CrackerJack box--than this one was! NOT ONE, NOT TWO...BUT THREE PSYCHICS!! And both Tracey and Smit were right there, catching every IMPORTANT DETAIL of those PSYCHIC visions, FULL OF NEVER BEFORE SEEN OR HEARD OF REVELATIONS ABOUT THE MURDER!!

    Yet...I can't think of one thing they said that we hadn't heard before...REPEATED AD NAUSEAM BY SMIT AND TRACEY IN EVERY CROC AND TV APPEARANCE...except a few things we know are not true at all, like that JonBenet sat at the table and ate pineapple by herself in the dark when the killer stun gunned her.

    But it was kinda' priceless watching Smit and Tracey pandering to these "psychic" fakes. It will forever be my fondest memory of the Devil's Duo: looking like the WORLD-CLASS SHILLS they are, I can tell you.

    "University of Colorado Law Professor Paul Campos declared the letter a 'reckless exoneration.' He went on to state, 'Everyone knows that relative immunity from criminal conviction is something money can buy.
    Apparently another thing it can buy is an apology for even being suspected of a crime you probably already would have been convicted of committing if you happened to be poor.'"
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    Yeah, what she said....

    Moab will be manning the Squish Booth for us....poor Sven...he was a tad traumatised and has fled back to Sweden for some R&R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldkase View Post
    Yeah, welcome back, Scottish wench. We've missed your high dudgeon!! We almost got bored. If it hadn't been for Zotto dragging poor Sven through the streets by his heels, then chaining him up as the main attraction at the Guttah Fall Festival 08 Face Squishing Booth, we wouldn't have had no fun at all!!

    You DID get those Bloomies for us, right? And asked all the questions?

    As for Smit's and Tracey's latest Croc IV...or is this V?...well, you did miss a LOT. I have yet to see a BETTER EXAMPLE of their CRACKERJACK DETECTING--you know, with their toy magnifying glass they got out of the CrackerJack box--than this one was! NOT ONE, NOT TWO...BUT THREE PSYCHICS!! And both Tracey and Smit were right there, catching every IMPORTANT DETAIL of those PSYCHIC visions, FULL OF NEVER BEFORE SEEN OR HEARD OF REVELATIONS ABOUT THE MURDER!!

    Yet...I can't think of one thing they said that we hadn't heard before...REPEATED AD NAUSEAM BY SMIT AND TRACEY IN EVERY CROC AND TV APPEARANCE...except a few things we know are not true at all, like that JonBenet sat at the table and ate pineapple by herself in the dark when the killer stun gunned her.

    But it was kinda' priceless watching Smit and Tracey pandering to these "psychic" fakes. It will forever be my fondest memory of the Devil's Duo: looking like the WORLD-CLASS SHILLS they are, I can tell you.
    I didn't go to Bloomingdales. I had the opportunity but passed it over in favour of something else I hadn't done before. At the end of the day, I'm satisfied with what I've found out and I hope what I've reported has been useful for others. However, at the end of the day there's only so far I'm prepared to go to convince those who prefer to believe fantasy over fact. I'm sure you'll agree :-)

    When I post the photos of the 4-6 Bloomies side by side with Disney and Osh Kosh underwear, hopefully that will satisfy a few other enquiring minds because these are both brands which can be purchased universally.

    I did note that macys sell days of the week underwear tho'. I didn't buy any - Tootsie's knicker drawer is overflowing as it is LOL

    I had a wonderful time in the US. I had some amazing cultural experiences which will stay with me for a long time to come. Experiences which I never in my wildest dreams thought I'd have (and no, Sven wasn't there :-)).

    I got a chance to shop too which was great and I saw the beginnings of the Fall colours and all the Halloween decorations on peoples' front verandahs. I've been in Canada at this time of year but never the US and it was so much more even than the Canadians do. Tootsie was very disappointed that we couldn't take a ton of Halloween decorations home.

    It was a lovely trip all in all.
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