Police have consulted with psychic Nancy Myer on more than 300 criminal cases.
Nancy Myer is a psychic who has been working with police around the country for decades. According to Nancy, she’s consulted on more than 300 criminal investigations and has turned up critical clues more than 80% of the time:
Irvin B. Smith, a retired colonel with the Delaware State Police, says Nancy has more than proved herself to him. He considers her ability a vital crime solving tool:
Nancy’s first major case came when Wilmington, Delaware, Police Detective Leroy H. Landon enlisted her help in tracking down a rapist. According to Det. Landon:
Det. Jay Ingraham was Leroy Landon’s partner:
The detectives gave Nancy no specific details about the rapes. At the home of the first victim, she met with the woman and was able to improve upon the woman’s own sketch of the rapist. Nancy explains how her visions come to her:
After the meeting, Nancy suddenly went into a trance-like state, and took off down the street. According to Det. Landon, the same thing happened after Nancy met each rape victim:
Nancy always ended up at the same street corner, in a residential area near downtown Wilmington:
Nancy went with one victim to the actual spot where the rape had occurred. She instinctively focused on the telephone and asked if the rapist had used it. Nancy’s hunch jogged the victim’s memory. The rapist had indeed used the phone, and, more importantly, the yellow pages. Det. Landon:
But without a suspect, the fingerprints were useless. As the investigation progressed, Nancy found herself drawn back to the same street corner time after time. Half a block down Shallcross Avenue, Nancy stopped dead in her tracks. According to Det. Landon,
When the detectives questioned the owner of the building, Det. Landon finally got what he needed to close the case:
In the winter of 1993, the Brooksville, Florida, Sheriff’s Department was investigating a difficult murder case. On February 19, a 12 year-old girl named Jennifer Odom had gotten off her school bus just 200 yards from her home, then vanished. For nearly a week, hundreds of friends and neighbors searched the woods. Finally, Jennifer’s body was found, six days after she disappeared. She had been viciously murdered.
Sixteen months later, Nancy Myer was brought in to work with local detectives. The crime scene photographs in the case were classified, so Nancy was not allowed to see them. With the photographs turned face down on the table, Nancy was able to visualize not one, but two killers, in detail:
The next day, Nancy visited the scene of the abduction: Jennifer’s school bus stop. Nancy pointed out where the killers had stopped and told how they asked young Jennifer for directions. The detectives listened, but did not comment. Nancy Myer:
The spot where Jennifer’s body was found is marked by flowers and a cross. Nancy asked if they had found some small metal jewelry belonging to the girl in an area nearby. According to homicide Detective Carlos Douglas of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, they had:
Det Rodney J. Bishop was also on scene with Nancy:
Nancy also talked about seeing a carrying case, with lettering on it. The sheriff’s department has since revealed that Jennifer Odom had her cousin’s clarinet case with her when she was abducted. It had the letters “L.O.” on it. Two years later, the case was found, along with Jennifer’s book bag. The FBI lifted prints from the bag, but have not been able to match them to a suspect.
Nancy believes there are two killers. Both are mechanics and both are muscular. They work as a team. One of the men may be a smoker with a bad cough.
UPDATE: Jeffrey Norman Crum, Sr. is now a suspect in the murder of Jennifer Odom. He was previously convicted of sexual assault and kidnapping in 1987. We will bring you more information as this case develops.