Sunday, April 2, 2006

Audrey May Herron's story in psychic series

For quite a while now, Project Jason's Voice for the Missing blog has been featuring stories on psychic involvement in missing persons cases. Some of them featured guest writers talking about their own experiences, and the most recent one was Audrey May Herron's best friend, Marie Parker. She talked about the experience she had on the Montel Williams show during an episode with notorious psychic Sylvia Browne. Read her post at It includes a link to to video of the episode from their website.
For more info on Audrey, see my previous post on her at The photo accompanying this post comes from the Charley Project, which features a complete profile of Audrey at

All posts in the series are prefaced by the initials "PMP" for your reference. All of them are written by Kelly Jolkowski, mother of missing Nebraska man Jason Jolkowski and founder of Project Jason, unless otherwise noted. A complete list of the ones so far:
1. intro (also includes a list of all the posts in the series):
3. a guide to terminology used by psychics:
4. Psychics trying to "help" find Jason Jolkowski:
5. continuation:
6. another psychic trying to "help" in Jason's case
7. guest written by Catherine a member of the James Randi Foundation, which investigates psychics
8. guest written by Janice Smolinski, mother of missing Connecticut man William "Billy" Smolinski, Jr.
9. yet another psychic trying to help find Jason Jolkowski:
10. and still another...:
11. continuation:
12. guest written by Luke T., another member of the James Randi Education Foundation
13. guest written by Dana Ames, co-founder of United Response Search and Rescue Team; first one on Sylvia Browne:

Please note the disclaimer featured in the posts:

We understand that many people believe that psychics are effective in
solving crimes and finding missing people. Please keep in mind that the goal of
this series is to help families understand techniques used by persons making
these claims and make better decisions about the use of psychics. Project Jason
and its volunteers cannot act as a clearinghouse for persons claiming success in
using paranormal means to locate missing persons. We will be unablBlockquotee to respond
to emails or other correspondence sent to us from persons making these claims or
persons offering information about or referrals to psychics. We instead invite
those persons to present their evidence to the members of the James Randi
Education Foundation. They have a forum available for you to discuss your

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