Monday, June 13, 2011

Missing New York girl in Indiana

Often I have premonitions. One time while in my office in Irvington NY, I was watching CNN and a story came up about a girl missing in Utah. Looking at her picture I started to spew. "she's with a guy who worked in the house withing the past six months, doing carpentry work, she is located in a city north of her home, the name of the town or city is a woman's name". A guy named Jimmy (who was working with me at the time) took note along with "you're nuts".
The girls name was Elizabeth Smart. A few months later, she was found. In a city named "Sandy" Utah, with a guy who did in fact work as a day laborer in her house just weeks before kidnapping her.
No, my new premonition involves this girl from New York who is missing in Indiana. The clues that came to my mind were, a guy in a helicopter looking down and the mention of turkey. The other day I had a minor fender bender with a woman driving a 2004 Pontiac Aztec, a car I never heard of. so here is where it gets weird.
I went to google maps and looked up a turkey farm in Bloomington Indiana, low and behold there is one, a few miles south of where this girl went to school. Then I searched for helicopter, low and behold there is a helicopter service located to the north of her school, and , yep, you guessed it, a company called Aztec electronics located in Bloomington Indiana. Now, what's interesting, is when you look at these locations, a straight line is almost formed and it goes very close to her school.
Now, this could just be a bunch of B.S. I came up with, but If I had it my way, I would search a 1/2 mile radius at the helicopter place, turkey farm and Aztec electronics and any small bodies of water near them.
The point of all this is that there is no way to contact authorities without being looked at as some kind of wacko. One psychic that I emailed said that one is better off doing there own research, looking for a body etc, and then contacting the authorities. Better have a good alibi though lol...

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