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Demons Mislead Australian Psychic and Taunts Police and Victims’ Friends and Relatives

Search for missing girl ends in gruesome find
8/12/2010/9:09 AM
by Clementine Cuneo

A SELF-proclaimed psychic acting on a gut feeling she knew where missing girl Kiesha Abrahams’ body lay, has stumbled upon the torso of an adult female.

Homicide Chief Inspector Pam Young said a female with psychic powers discovered the torso in a Doonside reserve yesterday afternoon.

The torso was wrapped in plastic, and had been in the grass for sometime, Ch Insp Young said.

The family of missing Sydney woman Kristi McDougall has been contacted by police and told to prepare for the possibility it is her body, pending the outcome of a post mortem.

Police divers are searching for the remainder of the body.

The woman told police she had a feeling she would find something of interest in the area, but had actually thought it would relate to six-year-old Kiesha’s disappearance.

“Well, it’s quite interesting that there’s a woman and she had a sense or feeling it was worth her while to come to this particular part of the park,” Detective Chief Inspector Pamela Young from the Homicide Squad said.

The woman believed she had special powers that helped her find the body.

She thought her powers could help locate Kiesha, who was last seen 11 days ago in Mount Druitt.

“There was a thought in her mind, apparently, that her coming here might help that particular case, but it hasn’t,” Ins Young said.

Post-mortem investigations into yesterday’s grim find are underway with police searching bushland and waterways for missing body parts.

Police believe the torso could be that of a woman missing for nearly two months.

Insp Young said they were contacting relatives of Kristi McDougall, who has been missing since June 19.

Ms McDougall, the mother of a two-year-old boy, was last seen in Homebush and told friends she was on her way to the Ermington area in the city’s west.

A search is now underway of Nurragingy Reserve, Knowx Road, where the torso was discovered about 6.30pm on Wednesday.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. – Source

Kiesha premonition led to torso find
8/12/2010 2:02 PM
by the AAP

A WOMAN who found a dead woman’s torso wrapped in plastic at a reserve in Sydney’s west says a premonition about missing youngster Kiesha Abrahams led her there.

She made the grisly discovery at Nurragingy Reserve in Doonside about 6.30pm (AEST) yesterday.

The woman told police she had a feeling she would find something of interest in the area, but had actually thought it would relate to six-year-old Kiesha’s disappearance.

“Well, it’s quite interesting that there’s a woman and she had a sense or feeling it was worth her while to come to this particular part of the park,” Detective Chief Inspector Pamela Young from the Homicide Squad said at the scene today.

“We’re still exploring that, it’s certainly an interesting proposition of hers.”

The woman believed she had special powers that helped her find the body, Inspector Young said.

She thought her powers could help locate Kiesha, who was last seen 11 days ago in Mount Druitt, Inspector Young said.

“There was a thought in her mind, apparently, that her coming here might help that particular case, but it hasn’t.”

Post-mortem investigations into yesterday’s grim find are underway with police searching bushland and waterways for missing body parts.

Police believe the torso could be that of a woman missing for nearly two months.

Inspector Young said they were contacting relatives of Kristi McDougall, who has been missing since June 19.

Ms McDougall, the mother of a two-year-old boy, was last seen in Homebush and told friends she was on her way to the Ermington area in the city’s west. – Source

Psychic searches for missing Australian child… and instead finds headless torso of adult woman
8/13/2010/10:43 AM
by Richard Shears

An amateur psychic searching for the body of a missing child has instead found the headless torso of a woman.

The extraordinary discovery has stunned Australian police, who have been searching for six-year-old youngster Kiesha Abrahams for almost two weeks.

Kiesha disappeared from her bedroom while her mother slept in another room.

The psychic, Aboriginal elder Cheryl Carroll-Lagerwey, told them that she had a premonition about where the body of Kiesha was lying.

Surprise discovery: Aboriginal elder psychic Cheryl Carroll-Lagerwey was searching for six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams, above, who went missing on July 31 – but instead found the torso of a woman

Surprise discovery: Aboriginal elder psychic Cheryl Carroll-Lagerwey was searching for six-year-old Kiesha Abrahams, above, who went missing on July 31 – but instead found the torso of a woman

She and a companion went to a creek in the Nurragingy nature reserve in the Sydney suburb of Doonside – a few miles from Kiesha’s home – and found a plastic bag on the embankment which contained the woman’s grisly remains.

Senior police were astonished by the find.

‘It is quite interesting that a woman had a sense or a feeling that it was worth her while to come to this particular part of the park,’ said Chief Inspector Pam Young of the New South Wales Homicide Squad.

‘It is very sad to say that an adult female torso has been found where the witnesses said they thought there was a body.’

Asked whether the psychic thought she would find evidence in relation to the mystery of Kiesha Abrahams’ disappearance, Chief Inspector Young admitted that the circumstances were ‘quite unusual’.

Speaking about Kiesha as she stood beside the creek where the bag was found, Chief Inspector Young said: ‘There was a thought in her mind apparently that her coming here might help that particular case.

‘They are quite unusual circumstances that have brought us here initially and then to actually find a body… but it’s certainly not a child.’

She added that it was ‘a very interesting proposition’ that the self-proclaimed psychic claimed to have psychic powers.

‘For those who believe in such things, I understand that the woman thinks that she might have some powers along that line.’

Asked about her personal views, Chief Inspector Young said: ‘I have certain strong feelings about people who claim they are psychic. I don’t think it will help if we enter a discussion on that.’

In an effort to identify the dismembered body in the bag, police said they had been in touch with the family of missing Sydney woman Kristi McDougall, believing the body might be hers. – More here

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