The Psychic Detectives & Documented Evidence? Part II

This article is the second part of my series on Psychic Detectives. Just like dreams, the visions and energy work of such individuals offer clues to the meaning, purpose and nature of life.

Phil Jordan is a renowned psychic who was the subject of my first article in the series. What this article uncovers, and the supporting evidence for events, will shock most readers. Similarly to my own dreams where I have seen through victim and perpetrator eyes, Phil Jordan uses this kind of gift during his waking impressions at crime scenes. What he accurately uncovers about the crime demonstrates his psychic talents and leads police to hard evidence.

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In 1981, farmer, James Ralph McGrane, was found dead in his basement in Schuyler County, New York. There was some blood on the ground floor on a door. Police believed that foul play was involved as there had been blunt force trauma to his jaw and clear signs of a struggle in the house.

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Police that were interviewed include Deputy Jim Foote, and Sheriff Michael Maloney of Schuyler County Sheriff Department. They corroborate much of what Phil Jordan says. A variety of other professionals also note the accuracy of Jordan’s work.

Psychic Phil Jordan is contacted by the family of Ralph McGrane and is sent a hat that the victim wore. Mr Jordan used psychometry in order to receive images related to the man. He perceived that Ralph was a loner who lived alone. He saw places that he had visited such as bars with snooker tables and a post office. Phil sees a poor looking man with a large wad of money. He concludes from his visions that it was a burglary gone wrong. This is more impressive since he had not even been to the residence to witness that it had been turned over inside by people who appeared to be looking for something.

Jordan’s accurate report, including information not released to the public, led to him being called to the crime scene by police.

Jordan stated that a post office had some significance to the case and the police officer confirmed that this was the last place Mr McGrane had been seen.

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At the crime scene Phil Jordan stated that the victim was beaten up and kicked viciously on the floor by a group of people. He believed a blunt object was also used and that no gun or knife were used at the scene. The Sheriff confirmed that the blood spatter analysis supported Phil’s psychic impressions. A forensic expert also confirmed that Phil’s outline of events whereby Ralph was struck and fell to the ground and was then kicked, were consistent with blood spatter analyses.

Whether or not a lack of blood at the crime scene would have suggested that a knife or gunshot wound had not been inflicted is uncertain, especially as some time had passed since the murder took place. It is possible that this could have influenced a psychic’s description of the cause of death, but does not alone prove that Jordan did not receive these impressions from extra-sensory abilities.

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When it comes to crime scenes it may be possible to second guess what has happened based on the way that objects and police markings at the scene may be laid out. For example, at this crime scene broken plates could clearly be seen indicating some kind of physical struggle. However, Phil’s accuracy was incredible. He even noted how he felt that the perpetrators killed Ralph on the ground floor and had then taken his body into the basement.

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More uncannily, Phil noted how the criminals had then raided the house for money and took some firearms. Perhaps it is possible that Jordan may have seen some kind of evidence of gun ownership around the house – a case, hunting trophies, ammunition or licenses, but this may be unlikely and does not account for what Mr Jordan did next.

Phil believed that the murderers had left the house in disarray and argued over whether they should take the guns. He said that they decided to dump the guns in some bushes opposite the house just before their getaway.

Amazingly, police sent a search team in who discovered two guns that had been dumped in this area and previously had been in Ralph’s house. Knowing that guns had been taken, Phil did not claim that any guns had been fired or used to kill Ralph, and Jordan was adamant that only blunt force trauma had been the cause of Mr McGrane’s death.

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After being called in by police again, Phil Jordan believed that one suspect had fled the state. He saw an unkempt man with long hair and a moustache  who was im his twenties, holding several criminal convictions.

He felt that an informant with a first name beginning with the letter J who was not involved in the crime would come forward with information after overhearing the murderers arguing. Police later confirmed that these descriptions were made by Mr Jordan.

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Eventually, an informant rang police. His first name was John. He told of how some people he knew spoke about beating an elderly man to death and gave the name Fred Combs. Fred was found to have carried out a variety of crimes locally and was being held in a jail in Schuyler County. He had long hair, a beard and moustache just as Jordan had described.

Clever police work then led to them gaining information from Fred over 3 other perpetrators, after placing a wiretapped cellmate. 3 of the 4 were made to plead guilty to the brutal crime.

According to newspaper reports, Ralph was hit in the face by Emma Oltz with a blackjack – a type of club blunt weapon, as Phil described. They had also taken $1,500 which was never recovered, again, as Phil had described in regards to his wad of money.

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Phil Jordan had been extremely accurate about information he gave. He was not vague when he mentioned the initial J – he stated clearly that it would be the first name of an informant, who evidently rang and cracked the case wide open. Whilst his information did not yield evidence that cracked the case, the information uncovered new potential leads, such as the guns (although no prints were found), and outlined past and future events accurately.

Jordan knew details about the crime that took place, some of which may or may not have been guessable, whilst other details were extraordinarily specific. From an important post office, to a burglary gone wrong, to the use of blunt force, the description of one of the perpetrators, to the guns being outside the house, and the existance of a future informant, Phil demonstrated his usefulness for helping police solve cold cases and helping the families of victims gain justice and perhaps even a belief in an afterlife. What is more, Jordan garnered much information that had not been released by police from a hat, without having been to the crime scene at all. This was also corroborated by police.

The use of psychometry and his ability to see the future show his ability to connect with energies past, present and future. This is often something which can be accessed in the world of dreams, but he makes use of this through impressions at crime scenes and using items belonging to the victim. This demonstrates a very fine line between the world of dreams and the waking world. It demonstrates that the past, present and future are inextricably intertwined.

This case is most certainly one which demonstrates strong evidence of extra-sensory abilities. Perhaps an ability that we can all tap into in a variety of ways. It could even show that spirits or others may send us information, however this is not something that Phil Jordan appears to support.

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Thanks for reading dreamers!

R.I.P. to Ralph McGrane.

From Dream Prophecies



Newspaper clipping from 1983:

Ithaca Journal

Psychic Detectives – Lone Wolf

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