December 21st, 2007

This is where I send the newcomers back to Part One and Part Two Those of you with good memories, just rip this puppy up with your bad selves reading.

Now where was I? Oh, yes, the soon-to-be-deceased is down on the lower level of the barn, when he hears a noise on the upper level. What he hears is the opening noises of the huge door that is on the road level.

He goes up the stairs, they are rough hewn stairs. It’s cold, and the wind blows through the very large barn . I see through his eyes two men just inside the double doors. It is dark just outside the door.

The dirty old bugger recognizes the two men. He is enraged that they have come to his barn. They have parted on bad terms. The elder of the intruders was fired from the farm. The younger, a hanger-on, helped himself to some tools belonging to the old man, and the old man shakes his fist at the youngster, demanding his tools.

The younger man says he has a right to those tools after what the dirty old bugger did to him. The old man turns purple with rage, then he sees the gun in the kid’s hands. It is a 22 rifle, what I called a rabbit gun. He immediately turns and runs toward the lower level, and in fact, makes it down the stairs.

I break it off at this point. I know in my mind that I, myself, won’t get shot, but the emotional intensity is well, intense. That tends to ruin the detached observation in remote viewing.

I pick up later to follow the two, and am very puzzled that it is light outside. I can see the truck they pile into. It is an old, navy blue Ford pickup. It’s in pretty good shape, all shiny. I sketch it for the police. They say that the licence plate makes it impossible, because the initial letter “U” on the plate is the designation for antique vehicles. Neither of these two own such a vehicle. I say they must have use of one, because this is what they drive away in. I recognize the back roads they drive down, and the community they are going to. The police discount this entirely, because it does not fit into their understanding of the people involved.

They also tell me the reason it is daylight is not so much the amount of time lapsed, but rather that the dirty old bugger was shot just before dawn. That helped, because I was beginning to doubt myself for a bit.

I show the police the sketch I had made of the barn layout. They ask me if I would recognize it if I were to visit the scene. I absolutely would.

Now that the police have some confidence that I actually can see something, they reveal what it is they really want of me. They want me to pinpoint the location of the murder weapon. I’ve never done this, but I do explain that I need someone who would recognize the place I will describe, because it isn’t anywhere I have been before.

I describe the place, and am drawn to an outbuilding. There is a space under the floorboards, but it is accessed from the wall. The policemen are very excited. They already have information that this is the older guy’s hiding place, where he stashes his liquor so his mother won’t find it.

I tell them that it is imperative that they act very quickly, because he is antsy, and considering moving the weapon.

There are complications because these two policemen have me in a secret file that their superior officers will not ever see. They aren’t going to be able to get their search warrant on my say-so, because their superiors do not know about me. Even though I feel cheapened by this, I agree to meet them at the actual crime scene later for several reasons. I will go into these later.

Yes, there will be a part four. Don’t hate me. I told you that this is a long story.

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16 Responses to “Working with the police – part three”

iamthediva Says:

anxiously waiting for part 4!! :D

josey Says:

it’s amazing how you can see certain details like the wind howling and that it’s cold. do you actually feel those sensations, too?

i dont even want to imagine the intensity of knowing someone is about to get murdered in your remote viewings. i almost always cover my eyes when i see something like that in a movie…i hate it! it used to not bother me, but for some reason the last few years i just cant take it. its not the blood or anything–its knowing that those things REALLY happen to people. i cant even watch stuff like CSI!

anyhoo, i’m waiting impatiently for part 4 =D

witchypoo Says:

Diva: Look for it early in the new year. When everyone is back to work.
Josey: Actually, I can feel these sensations, and smells! It was a barn.
Also, some folks I tune into have conditions that are painful. I don’t stay long with those ones. I knew the bullet was gonna hurt some. I also knew it wasn’t me who would get hurt, I would just “feel” it. I chose not to.

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Talina Says:

Early in the new year? That’s a while to wait- I am very impatient.. Anyway good read, and thanks for stopping by my blog..

Care to share your famous English Toffee recipe? I would love to make chocolate covered toffee.. Yum!

Talina’s last blog post..Still trying to finish your holiday shopping?

Talina: sorry to disappoint! I’ve been posting nearly every day since I started, and I plan to take a bit of a hiatus over the holidays. Look for my amazing Christmas card though.

witchypoo Says:

Witchypoo’s Famous English Toffee Recipe

1 1/2 cups packed brown sugar (darker is better)
1 lb butter (salted works best here) Please, no margarine, you will taste the difference.
1 cup of sliced, lightly toasted almonds. (Takes 5 minutes and a watchful eye to toast them in your oven)
1 oz dark, semi sweet chocolate
8 oz glass of ice water
cookie sheet
heavy medium sized saucepan.
Toast almonds on cookie sheet and set aside
Wash and grease the cookie sheet.
Melt butter in saucepan on medium heat
Gradually add brown sugar, until the two get along and are integrated.
Sometimes I just fling em in together (I’m easily bored)
Stir constantly until mixture boils, then no more stirring.
Put the spoon down. Step away from the pot.
Stirring after boil produces graininess. We like our toffee creamy.
This is when the bestest part happens.
That glass of ice water? We will use it to drop tiny bits of the mixture to see how cooked it is. Most purists advocate the hard crack stage of cooking.
I like to cook it until the mixture in the ice water forms a ball, then the next stage is when the mixture forms a soft crack upon hitting the ice water. I like to replenish the ice in the water. But then I also like to fish the mixture out of the ice water and taste it.
When it is cooked to your personal taste, quickly stir the almonds in, and pour the toffee onto a cookie sheet. Melt the dark, yummy bitter or semi sweet chocolate and just drizzle it over the top. If you have a few almonds left, you can sprinkle those, or even grind them up and sprinkle some toasted almond dust. It will make you feel magical.
Put the cookie sheet and its contents in the freezer so it lies flat. If you live in the country, you can put it on a snowbank, above the yellow snow line (That’s what I used to do, had too much going on in the kitchen)
20 minutes should be enough freezing.
I like to take the sheet out of the freezer and whack it against the counter to break it up into pieces.
Put in a suitable container marked Danger! and order the recipient to only open in secret.
Do not sample this before sending!
Otherwise you will be making another batch! And you might eat that one too.

Jenny Says:

Yer killin’ me!!!

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Jenny, maybe my world famous toffee recipe will make it up to you?

Poppy Says:

You’re a psychic detective? Cool… I love the stories. ^^ Keep writing.


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Moxie Says:

Found you via Arjewtino’s blog. I work as a psychic too and I love talking shop with other psychics. Can’t wait to read the rest of this story!

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Old Knudsen Says:

I’ve always wanted to be able to touch a table and see people having sex on it etc, free psychic porn how cool. Yes I do get annoyed when people kill/try to kill others with .22 gun, that is so annoying and rude.

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Old Knudsen: the only porn I tuned into was in the first part of this series. The young predator was umm…doing things to himself when I arrived. It wasn’t even remotely fun.

Val Says:

Can’t wait for the next ‘chapter’. I hope someday psychics will be recognized for the gifts they have and can, accordingly, be used on search warrants.
Have a wonderful holiday..witchypoo.

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Old Knudsen Says:

Well then don’t tune in on me whatever you do.hey its no fun for me either.

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daysgoby Says:

Happy Holidays, darlin’!

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zoe Says:

i bet you gave out some “blue balls” in your day…ya big TEASE!!!! lol…so he did get offed by someone he offended…hmmm.

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Stockholm Says:

I’ve just discovered your blog… I love your texts ! You write in with a very enjoyable style… Go on, keep on with the good work.
I’m anxiously waiting for part 4. :)

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