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Missing & Presumed Dead: A Psychic's Search for Justice
     

Missing & Presumed Dead: A Psychic's Search for Justice

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by Gale St. John, Diana Montane
 

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Take a rare insider’s look at a mysterious world most people have only seen on television. Join Gale St. John on her amazing journey as a psychic sleuth who has helped find missing persons from Ohio to Kathmandu, with victims ranging from innocent young children to Mafia bosses.

Missing and Presumed Dead shows you how Gale is able to tune in to a

Overview

Take a rare insider’s look at a mysterious world most people have only seen on television. Join Gale St. John on her amazing journey as a psychic sleuth who has helped find missing persons from Ohio to Kathmandu, with victims ranging from innocent young children to Mafia bosses.

Missing and Presumed Dead shows you how Gale is able to tune in to a missing person, describing what she sees, hears, and feels to detect whether the individual is alive or not. Discover her extensive work with specially trained dogs that search for the missing. Experience high profile cases, including the ones where spirits help Gale save lives. Each extraordinary account—from those that made national headlines to those that are still unsolved—sheds light on the dramatic life of a psychic detective.

Praise:
“The heart-pounding suspense will keep you turning pages thinking you know the answers, while realizing nothing is like it seems.”—Marta Sosa, producer and host of the online radio show “Missing in America”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738734958
Publisher:
Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.
Publication date:
08/08/2014
Pages:
240
Sales rank:
877,882
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Gale St. John (Bluffton, IN) has used her psychic skills to assist in missing persons cases in the U.S. and around the world. She has appeared on several national cable network shows, including Psychic Detectives on Court TV, Psychic Investigators on TLC, Psychic Kids, Larry King Live, Nancy Grace, and Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell.

Diana Montane (Daytona beach, FL) is an investigative journalist and author who specializes in crime reporting. Her books include I Would Find a Girl Walking (Berkley, 2011)co-authored with police reporter Kathy Kelly and The Daughters of Juarez (Atria Books, 2008)with Univision anchor Teresa Rodríguez.

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Missing & Presumed Dead: A Psychic's Search for Justice 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
eternalised More than 1 year ago
In Missing & Presumed Dead, Gale St. John talks about her experiences as a psychic working with law enforcement, where she helps find missing people. She works along with police officers, or sometimes takes on jobs all on her own. The victims she tracks down range from children to Mafia bosses, to innocent housewives. Gale St. John reveals her methods: how she tunes in to a missing person, how she follows her senses, describes what she sees, hears and feels to get an idea of where the person is at and if he/she is still alive. And most of all, this book shows that the dead aren’t always just gone, and that they might help solve their own murder, even from beyond the grave. The writing was excellent for this type of book, and Gale always stayed down-to-earth. I liked how she took up the initiative to train dogs to help her find missing persons – alive and dead. A lot of time goes into training those dogs, but for Gale, it’s truly a pasison, a calling in life, to help those who have disappeard, and their families, so she trains her dogs, every week, year in, year out. Truly admirable. I did find a lot of the focus of the book was on the dogs. And although interesting at times, I wanted to read more about the psychic cases, about the missing persons. Training dogs is a vital part of that, I understand, but the focus should’ve been on Gale being a medium, and how she locates her victims. All in all, a good read, and different than I’m used to. I like to read about true hauntings, but missing cases solved by a psychic, I’m digging that topic as well. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.