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Remote Viewing Missing Persons

A question that comes up time and time again is: Can Remote Viewers find missing persons? The answer is; Not unless they are also private investigators or detectives! Remote Viewers do not generally find missing people, they provide information that can help locate people. Unless you have “boots on the ground” doing an investigation, Remote Viewing alone is not going to be useful.

Has Remote Viewing been successfully applied in Missing Person cases?

Yes! In several cases, Remote Viewing information has been of great help to investigators. However, investigations are rarely simple and it takes a lot of time to investigate every possible lead. When a Remote Viewer is asked to provide information, it is usually because every other lead has been exhausted.

What Information can a Remote Viewer Provide?

A Remote Viewer can provide a description of an event, person or location, along with sketches of their perceptions. Occasionally, a Remote Viewer can visually or phonetically perceive a name or partial name of a person or location. The sketches provided can be of landmarks, significant features, sketches of individuals, vehicles and sometimes maps or aerial views. It is up to the local investigators to recognise what has been sketched and described. Sometimes this is obvious, sometimes it requires more investigation.

Experienced, trained Remote Viewers have the ability to focus on what matters to the investigation. They will actively “look for” information that could be useful to investigators. Similar to Security Officers they are trained to observe and report useful details. The report should be as objective as humanly possible.

How accurate is Remote Viewing?

All human perception has some inaccuracy. Ask three witnesses to describe the same event, and you will get three slightly different stories. Each story contains some useful information and some inaccuracies. How much of it is useful or accurate depends on the individual’s recall and their ability to put their perceptions into words and sketches.

In Remote Viewing, the accuracy is determined by the quality of the contact the Remote Viewer has with the signal line of the target. If there is a lot of “noise” or a low signal line connection, the information may not be clear. Another part that plays a role in the accuracy is the ability of the Remote Viewer to record all perceptions. Imagine watching a movie and trying to sketch and describe what you are perceiving at the same time, that’s hard! Another factor that plays a role is the Remote Viewer’s ability to express the information accurately. A picture paints a thousand words and good sketches can be quite helpful.

Investigation Procedure Related Questions

The Remote Viewer is not part of the investigation team, investigation protocols require non-disclosure to outside parties! How do I deal with that?

As strange as this may sound, the less information the Remote Viewer has, the better they can do their job! Remote Viewing requires a case-file number, date of birth or simply a random target reference number assigned to one single question about the case. This could be: Sketch and describe the current location of the missing person (name omitted). Reference#: 6459-2541. Note: Professional Remote Viewers will only work for law enforcement or licenced private investigators, they may ask you for credentials. They will not provide information directly to family members. Professional Remote Viewers are well aware that this could jeopardise the safety of the missing person or the case you are working on. They will also not provide their Remote Viewing information to the public, while you are working on the case.

We need to do a background check on any person providing information. How do we deal with that?

Professional Remote Viewers can provide you with a Police Clearance, a Working with Children Clearance and any other clearances required upon request. They understand this is part of the procedures you need to follow. They also understand that if their session contains details leading to evidence pertaining to a crime, you must be able to clear them.

How do we fit the lead into the case we are building?

As you would any other (anonymous) Tip received from the public. Remote Viewing sessions in themselves are not evidence, but they can lead to finding evidence. Investigators just had a “hunch” of where to look, after a tip from the public.