Easter Memories: Morgan Coloring Eggs…Happy Colors


Wishing everyone a very happy Easter…this is a picture Morgan took of the colored eggs we all did on her last Easter on this planet.  Morgan really loved celebrating Easter – I never really wondered why it was her favorite holiday, but now I think I know.  Here is the last Easter post she posted…


It’s about truth.

It’s about being honest with the individuals that were blessed to be in your life because they deserve it. Hurt them, let them down, enlighten them, as long as you were honest you couldn’t have been more perfect because when you’re not, when you try to protect someone from the truth or try to gain something from their ignorance, you’re robbing them from their own truth, from their own chance at finding the things in this world that make them even happier than your illusion, you’re building a life of lies not just for yourself but for everyone around you.

If things don’t work out between two people, if they don’t go as you want or had planned, that is infinitely better than leading a life of senseless mental slavery.

This world is beautiful and unfolding and the only thing you control in it is how honest with yourself that you are.

Happy Easter, beautiful children.



“IT WILL REMAIN CLOSED” – Not in a capital murder case it won’t!



In September of 2012 Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario told CBS4 News, on camera, that his department spent a lot of time working on the case (referring to Morgan’s case), and that it will remain closed.  I asked everyone back then, and I will ask it again now – how can a sheriff say that a case will remain closed when it was a suspicious death, involving a felony stalking victim, and where there was plenty of evidence of foul play?” I also asked the question, “Even if there is incompetence in the sheriff’s department, how can a sheriff make that statement when they are supposed to always review new evidence that surfaces in a suspicious death that is a possible homicide?”  Well I guess this sheriff feels he can…

Oh, and remember when it comes to a homicide there is no statute of limitation on murder.  And yet, it is interesting that I keep getting emails from anonymous sources that keep telling me to give it up, because the statute of limitation is over…who do you think is making these kind of comments?

Maybe it’s just me, but back in September of 2012 when I heard those words coming from the sheriff I wondered what was really behind that statement.  I truly believe Colorado cares and most law enforcement officers in Colorado are honest, hardworking, and deserving of our trust, but when a few ruin it for the others, not only does the public lose out, but so do all the really good law enforcement officers, and that is just not right.  If one breaks rank and stands up for the truth, because it’s the right thing to do, he or she may lose their job, and in this economy sometimes that is just not an option, and good officers should never be placed in this situation.  BUT standing up for the truth and suffering from what comes from being a good person yourself, actually gives you more opportunities, more respect, and better futures await…it’s just hard to see it at the time, but good officers should never be placed in this situation in the first place.  And maybe it’s just the way my mind works, but I think this is one of the biggest problems that faces our country today – the public loses trust and respect for law enforcement all because of a few bad officers or an unethical person at the top of command, and then all the good officers pay the price.  This is not only wrong, but it needs to stop.  How can it stop?  When officers, elected officials, and citizens say enough is enough – there needs to be transparency, there needs to be accountability, honest officers, and officers that stand up for the truth need to be praised, not fired.

You can listen to the interview by clicking on this link:

CBS News 4 – Parents Say Daughter Was Murdered

On this interview Sheriff Vallario said, “Not enough facts”

He also said his officers were out at our house over 50 times and saw no sign of a stalker – wow, is all I can say about that.  Is he trying to convince everyone that his officers are completely incompetent?  Or does he believe the general public will believe just about anything he tries to float?   It’s true – Morgan’s stalker did not sit on the front lawn and wait for the sheriffs to get there…is that really something a stalker does?  Does law enforcement generally “see” the stalker while the incident is occurring?  I doubt it.

But as far as evidence of the stalker goes, they had a huge amount of evidence, and the sheriffs know it.  We supplied them with photos, video, personal statements of sitings, and much more.  Morgan identified her stalker.  I saw the stalker.  Other people heard the stalker bang on Morgan’s window in the middle of the night (but I am not about to give away the names of those witnesses here on this blog).  The sheriffs had a timeline of most of the incidents, they assigned a detective to Morgan’s case, and classified it as a felony stalking case.  They knew who the main suspect was, as well as his accomplice, the names were written up in the reports (stating ‘suspect’ many times), there was even a flyer produced by the detective in Morgan’s case that was distributed to all the patrol officers as well as Carbondale police.  They produced posters with the suspects picture, as well as a picture of his car, to hand out to all the officers so they could be on the lookout.  The suspect was referred to over 60 times in the sheriffs reports, and he was interviewed by them.  The suspects work hours were requested, but not picked up until months after Morgan’s murder.

The suspect and his accomplice were never “cleared” of the crime.  He never took a polygraph test.  His shoes were never turned over to the sheriff’s, in fact after an eyewitness stated he saw the suspect wearing shoes that might have matched the footprints that were found under Morgan’s windows, the detective went to the suspect’s place of business to speak with the suspect, and I was then informed that the suspect was wearing black leather shoes, not purple entries, to which I replied, “Don’t you think he might own more than one pair of shoes, and maybe, just maybe the dress code at work doesn’t allow him to wear purple tennis shoes?”  Call me crazy, but I don’t think you have to be a detective to figure that one out.

The sheriffs detected deceit in the accomplice & suspect’s answers, but never followed through on proving the deceit.  We were told by the lead detective that if someone lies to him there is nothing he can do about it…does Sheriff Lou Vallario really believe that criminals just blurt out their guilt when asked?  Call me crazy again, but I think most criminals never really admit they are guilty…most are sociopaths & psychopaths believe law enforcement, as well as everyone else on this planet, are completely clueless – sociopaths & psychopaths think they are the only ones that are smart, and they think they can fool anyone.  So as far as not enough facts – how many “facts” would have been enough?

Then Vallario went on to say there was no suspicion, and no probable cause of a suspect. That is absolutely false.  They knew who Morgan’s stalker was, as well as the identity of his accomplice.  The lead detective in Morgan’s felony stalking case, just 2 days before her murder, stated that he felt he was very close to making an arrest and that if anything he believed her stalker would escalate his behavior…if you were Morgan’s mom how would you have reacted to that statement?  I was petrified.  Morgan was frightened as well, and that same night (Tuesday night, November 29th) was one of only two nights that week that her ex-boyfriend did not sleep over on the couch.  The only other night he didn’t sleep over (Thursday night, December 1st) was the night she was murdered.  She tried to have him sleep over every night that week, but that Tuesday night (November 29th) he couldn’t come home with her to sleep over so she came home by herself, earlier than usual, spent some time with Steve and I and then tried to get some sleep.  We were all so exhausted we didn’t even realize the sheriffs were called to our next door neighbor’s house because they had been robbed.  Yes, robbed – sometime before midnight that same night.

Then around 12:40 am (it was now technically Wednesday am on the 30th) Morgan came into my bedroom.  She was dressed in regular clothes and had her puppy on the leash, keys in hand, and she woke me up.  She said the stalker has been banging on her window for 15 minutes and she couldn’t sleep, every time she went to sleep he would wake her up, she was afraid, and wanted to leave and go to her friend’s grandma’s house to feel safe and get some sleep.  She asked if I could walk her out to the car.  (I shouldn’t have to explain this, but I will – she never left the house after dark without Steve or I walking with her because she was scared for her life – she had a stalker!  Also please note…most stalking incidents do happen at your place of residence.  Sure stalkers follow you, but from all the stalking incidents around the world that I have read about, and all the victims I have interviewed I would have to say 90% of all incidents at least, evolve around their home.

So I jumped out of bed, put on a robe and walked her out to the car.  Watched her lock the doors, drive out of the driveway, and made sure another car wasn’t following her.  I then went in the house and called sheriff’s dispatch.  Morgan sent me a text when she was safely locked in her friend’s grandma’s house.

I was on the phone with a deputy explaining what had just happened.  He said they had just been at our next door neighbors house investigating a robbery and just returned to Rifle so it was going to take them a long time to get back to our house.  We were used to this – most times there was not a quick response to an incident of stalking.  About an hour later an officer walked up to Morgan’s window and shined his flashlight around on the ground.  The officer would travel on foot from the back of the house to the front of the house all on the side of Morgan’s bedroom, this was a typical response.  How this would ever have a positive outcome on “seeing” or “catching” a stalker is beyond me.  Especially since her stalker was sitting up on our roof undetected laughing at the sheriffs.

Deputy responding to stalking incident

Vallario then repeated what his officers said the morning of Morgan’s death that there were, “no signs of foul play, no trauma, no sexual assault,” but what he left out was his officers also said there was no sign of suicide.  We were blessed with many medical, criminal and forensic experts that reviewed Morgan’s case pro bono and disagreed with the sheriff & coroner.  These experts, not us, said Morgan did not die of natural causes, the evidence pointed to foul play and her case needed an investigation.  When these experts told the forensic pathologist the coroner changed her manner of death to suicide.  Trying once again to get us to “back off.”  It wasn’t obvious to us back then because of the shock and grief we were dealing with, but to other experts it was obvious that something was very wrong with how Garfield County was treating Morgan’s death.  From the very morning of her death they were trying to get us to stop asking questions.  That would have been a much easier path for us to take…we didn’t want to imagine that her stalker got into our house and murdered Morgan, but it did happen and pretending it didn’t wasn’t something we could do once the evidence started to be revealed.   What they were trying to convince us wasn’t the truth, they just wanted us to believe what they “needed” us to believe, but the things they were saying didn’t add up and when we wouldn’t stop asking questions, I was threatened, and when that didn’t stop me from asking questions they changed her manner of death to a suicide with absolutely no evidence, but this was just another way to keep her case from being investigated.

Contrary to what Vallario said, not only were there signs of foul play, trauma and a possible sexual assault…all this evidence was there the very morning of Morgan’s death.  The sheriffs and deputy coroner saw all of it – of that I am positive.  So once again, did they follow the evidence and let it lead them to a conclusion, or did they have a big giant broom to sweep it all under the first rug they could find?  And why?  We believe now we know the  why.

Have any of you been reading about the Ashley Fallis case out of Evans, CO?  Ashley was murdered exactly one day short of the one month anniversary of Morgan’s murder.  The coroner in Ashley’s case put down suicide, but it wasn’t – it was murder.  Almost 4 years later Ashley’s family has fought and been able to see Ashley’s murderer arrested and awaiting trial BUT there is more, they allege a cover-up by law enforcement and the truth is finally coming out…read about it here: http://www.westword.com/news/update-deputy-on-leave-after-new-cover-up-charges-in-ashley-fallis-murder-6623746

And to my utter dismay this type of cover-up in Colorado is not exclusive to Morgan or Ashley – I believe it has been going on for a long time and because of Colorado’s antiquated coroner’s system and home rule it is allowed to happen.  Here is a current case that I just read about in the news in Colorado http://kdvr.com/2015/11/12/investigation-castle-rock-family-seeks-justice-for-holly/  So what good are crime statistics when young men and women can be murdered, but then written down as suicide or accidental deaths?  The fact is that in Colorado if someone is listed as a homicide then after 2 years the Colorado Bureau of Investigation is allowed to investigate as it is considered a cold case, but if they are never listed as a homicide (as in Morgan’s case) then they are never allowed to be investigated by the CBI.  In Morgan’s case the CBI has offered to come in, multiple times, to investigate (at no cost to the county), and they have been turned away by Vallario – why?

I believe that Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario does not want ANY crimes against women investigated – not just Morgan, but all women of Garfield County are included in this group.  I have spoken with too many others in Garfield to know that this is a reality in Garfield County, and I am sure many more will continue to contact me through this website.  I don’t understand how women’s rights could have fallen so far that women have no rights when it comes to Garfield County – are women just desposable?  What does the rest of the country have to say about this?

These are the battles we as women need to fight in order to keep equality and our lives. It’s not just compensation in the workplace, it is also equality as a human being.  Everyone, no matter what your gender, color, ethnic background, or religious belief, every human life is important and deserves to be treated equally.  We can not turn a blind eye when it comes to things like this.  The sheriff is an elected official – I would think that women who care about their rights would not want to see this kind of elected official in their own county.

The hardest part of this for me has been the harsh reality that we have been deceived, and our daughter’s murder was, and is being covered up, and it is beyond devestating.  I have been proud of my family members that have had careers in law enforcement, and Steve and I have both helped law enforcement over the years, and still do.

I have always had a great deal of admiration & respect for law enforcement, but I don’t envy them.  I feel sorry on some level because just like in all walks of life there are good ones, and unfortunately some bad ones.  And when the bad ones make it into a supervisory position or actually run the department then it gets really bad for the good cops.  Good cops get involved because they truly care. They are optimistic and they have passion. Once they get in a department that may not really be looking to protect and serve, it seems like they are beat down. They can’t walk down the street without noticing the fear and distrust in people’s eyes.  The only way I can see the trust and faith towards law enforcement come back to people is to demand full transparency.  Support officers that come forward with the truth instead of allowing them to be fired.  Give the good officers support from the state and make accountability a priority.  For me, seeing a few bad officers, or officials ruin the credibility and trust of the majority of law enforcement, is just not right.  It should not be like this.  This country needs law enforcement to regain the trust of the people, and in my opinion the best way to do that is to make sure there is accountability.  Officers that break the law (just like anyone) should be accountable for their crimes.  This will not only help them to regain the trust of the citizens of the U.S. but it will also help honest and caring law enforcement agents. They will no longer need to fear the loss of their own jobs if they come forward about another officer that broke the law.  It would be the taking down of the big blue wall.  It would be a win-win for everyone. Just a thought, but one can hope don’t you think?

 “For a community to be whole and healthy, it must be based on people’s love and concern for each other.” ~ Millard Fuller

A little brightness of the world - captured by Morgan Jennifer

A little brightness of the world – captured by Morgan Jennifer



Part 2 – Misconceptions? NO – Just Misdirection & Lies…

Patrolling for the stalker

This is a snapshot from the video over one of Morgan’s windows showing one of the patrols the night of December 1st and morning of December 2nd.

This is a snapshot from the video over one of Morgan’s windows showing one of the patrols the night of December 1st and morning of December 2nd when Morgan was murdered.

For the last two months Morgan met with the detectives weekly to go over developments in the investigation of her stalker. I’ve never seen the records for all those meetings because every time I ask Garfield County sheriffs I am told a new commander would like to review her case before the sheriff can release the records…I know, it’s been over 3 years now so what is up with that?  I would call this a classic run-around.

The last week of Morgan’s life the detective believed the stalking would escalate and he was going to increase the patrols and he did.  However there are no records of any of these patrols.  Early on in her stalking there were records, but for the last two months – there are none.

Of course there were patrols, above you can see a picture taken from the video of one of those patrols. In the picture a floodlight is being pointed at the roof over Morgan’s window.  We were never told they were suspicious about her stalker being on our roof.  You can see the wall above her window is lit up by the light. Now look at this picture.

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The gutter over Morgan’s window

This is where the flood light from the deputy was aimed. Did the deputy see something up there?  Is that why he was aiming his flood light up on the roof over her window? We’ll never know because there are no records. But the gutter right over her window was bent so many times it’s torn in two!  The stalker was up there holding on as he leaned over to bang on her window – that’s why he wasn’t caught on video, he was up on the roof!

Now you would think the detective investigating the stalking would come to look at the gutter torn in two right over Morgan’s window, but no, he would not, because as we were told by the sheriff detective, “Even if Keenan’s DNA was found up there it would not prove anything.” And yes, there is no mention of that in the sheriff’s reports either.

The lesson from all this is that police or sheriff’s reports are not always complete and they are not always accurate. I kept records myself and even now, years later I will find a picture, or a text, or a post-it with facts that are not in my original timeline. New facts turn up all the time in murder cases, and that worries the guilty people out there, so much so that they will never stop trying to twist the truth to what they so desperately wish for the facts to be. And that is how they got away with it, but they haven’t…not forever.

Now I will throw out a couple of things (not all) I have heard, along with the answer to those strange assumptions:

▪ Yes, our camera’s were always pointed at Morgan’s bedroom windows – they were always captured on video surveillance 24/7 once we installed the cameras around our house.  In addition to our cameras the Garfield County Sheriffs also had one wildlife camera mounted on one of Morgan’s bedroom windows, and another camera pointed at that camera.  And yes, our camera did capture something the night of Morgan’s murder.  But the cameras don’t alert you, or wake you when they capture something, you have to review the cameras after the fact in order to see if they caught something.

▪ Yes, Morgan really was being stalked for 4 months.  The Garfield County Sheriffs department opened a felony stalking case, and a detective was assigned to her case, he talked to her once a week.  We called and reported over 60 incidents to the sheriffs, and no, they did not write down the details of those incidents on their reports – that is why I now tell victims of stalking to not only call and report every incident, but to ask for all the individual police reports immediately following the incident to make sure they put the details in those reports…this is imperative!  In Morgan’s case I did not know to ask for those reports…I thought just because we gave the sheriffs such verbal & written detailed reports and pictures and videos that they would write it correctly in their reports – wrong!!!  They just wrote things like the date, and – suspicious event, or trespass, no details at all.

▪ No we did not have life insurance on Morgan.  This makes me sick that people would accuse us of this, but they have…our children are supposed to outlive us, we supported Morgan, Morgan was a college student, why in the world would we have taken out life insurance on her?

▪ We did not know that Morgan’s stalker was terrorizing her from the top of our roof until AFTER Morgan was murdered.  I never said I thought the stalker was accessing our roof in his bare feet in the freezing cold in the winter – that is really crazy, but trust me, some people have even said that.

▪ After our cameras were installed Morgan’s stalker took to our roof.  And that is why we didn’t catch him on camera standing on the ground outside of Morgan’s windows.  Whatever we did as a countermeasure he was sure to change up the way he was doing things.  Our efforts to catch him never stopped him.  We did not know he was on our roof until after Morgan was murdered.  That is WHY he evaded detection when we ran outside to catch him.  That is WHY it didn’t show up on the cameras.  We know now that he leaned over the gutter and swung something off a string to bang on Morgan’s window without being detected.  Very easy to do and yet the sheriffs had no clue how he could have been making the noise.  The head of a stalking task force in Canada wrote in to me and said after reading an earlier post about the stalker being on our roof she now has all her officers check roofs.  In Colorado Springs, CO last year a young victims’ stalker was finally captured when the police looked on her roof, he fled but was captured.  This all makes me feel good that awareness is bringing about progress in the fight against stalkers.  I only wish that had been the outcome in Morgan’s case.

▪ No, we never left any of our windows or doors in our house unlocked during her stalking, and we always double checked to make sure our cars were locked – we only left windows open in the same room we were in for air before going to bed while we were home, and we always made sure they were closed, and locked before we went to bed.  Would you honestly think that any victims of stalking would leave something in their house unlocked intentionally?  I even suggest to victims of stalking that they should have a two inch deadbolt on the inside of all their doors, the doors that lead to the outside of their house, along with bars in their sliding glass doors or sliding windows.  I also suggest keeping the door between your garage & the inside of your home locked, even when you are not home…some stalkers have been able to access the garage and go in through an unlocked door between the garage & the house.

▪ No sign of breaking and entering – this is one of the most ludicrous statements made by the sheriffs.  How many times have you heard that same statement?  I have many, many times – well they do get in, and they do steal, sexually assault, and or murder without any sign of “forced entry.” In order to have forced entry you would need a window broken or and door lock shattered, very rarely does that happen.   After Morgan’s murder a person I had never met before came over to our house to show me exactly how (within a minute) he could unlock a front door and enter without any sign of breaking and entering.  We now know there were multiple ways the stalker could have gotten in undetected BUT the sheriffs did not want to hear about it.  The fact that the stalker had attempted many times (and we all heard it) to punch in the numbers on our front door code should have given the sheriffs a clue that they should be looking for finger prints, etc. but to no avail.  You can also refer back to my earlier post “No sign of forced entry?  No intruder?  Really?”  https://morgansstalking.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=1243&action=edit

▪ No sign of a struggle – the sheriff would certainly wish that was the case, but it wasn’t!  There were many, many signs of a struggle.  Morgan fought back.  3 nails broken, flattened nose, blood on her forehead and lips, hair tangled, abrasions on her hands, wrists, arm and breast.  Pants unzipped and unbuttoned.  Folded, stacked laundry tossed all over the floor, panic button ripped off the mount on her nightstand and thrown across the room, her cell phone found under her bathroom door, and much more.  You tell me, does this sound like a struggle to you?

More to come tomorrow, but in the meantime if there is anything that you have heard on the internet that bothered you, and that you would like to know the true answer to please send me a comment and I will try my best to answer your question.

I always try to stay off all the hate sites because it does not contribute anything to my higher purpose, but other people have sent me copies of some of the things being said, so I know some of the lies, but not all.  Don’t worry, your questions will not upset me – it’s better to know the questions and answer them then to never have them asked.  In fact I believe if law enforcement would continue to ask the families of missing persons and homicide lots of questions, instead of assuming they know the answer, many more cases would get solved.  Some families probably don’t even know they know some little piece of critical information that ties all the pieces together until they are asked.  So ask away 🙂

Colorado Cares!  This I truly believe after all the many people I have spoken.  Colorado wants to be a leader in the fight against crime.  Yes, they are up against some tough restrictions, as in home rule…it ties their hands when it comes to rouge law enforcement, but there are other ways to get to the truth and demand accountability.  The world is changing right now – we all see it in the news and Colorado is right there with everyone else.


Misconceptions? NO – Just Misdirection & Lies…



It’s so strange when I hear people tell me that they read somewhere on the “internet” completely false things about Morgan’s case, and they want to know my side of the “story.”  I’m glad they ask, but what they are reading on the internet is really false information from people who didn’t even know Morgan, or our family, or any of the true facts of her case, and not only is what is written stated as fact, but stated with certainty!  So many distortions, misstatements, and outright lies, it screams of agenda, just as the actions of the Garfield County sheriff & coroner do.  And please do not think for one moment in time that I am against law enforcement, no absolutely not…I truly believe law enforcement has a tough job and most law enforcement agents are good honest people that believe in what they are sworn to do in their job.  They are the unsung heroes that are out there every day trying to protect the citizens in their towns, but just like in all other walks of life there are good people and bad people and when you have the head of any company or agency that has an agenda those under him or her can either go along (even when they know it is wrong) or they can leave…obedient workers?

I thought I was revealing enough details about what happened during Morgan’s stalking and murder, all the while being so careful not to expose all the details about her case, the details only the stalker, his accomplice(s) and the murderer and his accomplice(s) would know.  I was confident that most people would understand the truth and I believe they do understand.  Especially victims of stalking, they know what it’s like to live the nightmare, and they can empathize with what Morgan went through.

But when I hear some of these  ludicrous statements I have to realize that some people will never agree with the truth about what Morgan was forced to go through. They can’t, because they have an agenda, even though it’s not the truth.  I’ve been assured it is a very small group of the same people and I believe they are related to the suspects – these people traverse the internet to sling mud at Morgan, and her memory.  If somehow Morgan was wrong then the stalker was not?  Or the people who helped him are not?  Victim blaming does happen and it is NEVER right.  To me it only shows how quilt riddled some are, to endlessly defame Morgan with lies, as if that will somehow change the criminal acts perpetrated upon her.

I also understand that there are bullies out there can’t resist attacking people over the internet, while hiding behind their computer screens, with their anonymous profiles, so I do not feel like it’s just happening only to Morgan and her case, because I see it happening to others who did nothing wrong except to be the victim of crime.  Morgan’s story attracted a lot of attention, and that was one of our goals, to raise awareness through her story and to be a voice for so many other victims.  So if speaking out for victims attracts some bullies then that is something I will live with.

Morgan should not be gone from this world – she should be away at college studying law like she had planned.  But because of a predatory stalker, and an inept sheriff, along with her parents (Steve & I) who didn’t understand that we had to get her away immediately in order to save her –  it became a perfect storm of life-changing proportions.  Saving others from that same fate is of such great importance to us now that a few bullies are not going to change anything.

Bashing those who support Morgan, as so many have, is yet another ploy.  Both forensic professionals and private citizens stepping forward to help have all been accused of being paid – based upon what knowledge?  It is a lie, plain and simple, a lie which proves the desperation of the guilty.  Every person who has helped in Morgan’s case has done so from the generosity of their hearts.  And every one has helped without any charge.  Oh I have offered, in some instances, to pay for services, but every single time those helping Morgan have absolutely declined to be compensated in any way for their assistance.  In fact the answer I usually get from those helping is, “It’s just the right thing to do.”  When I hear this I always break down and cry…tears of intense gratitude.

So why would you accuse people, trying to help achieve justice for a young woman so wronged, of being paid when they are not?  Why is it so important to attack good people?  That is the real question here, why is it so important to make up stories about Morgan and the search for justice?  Is it because they are afraid of the truth?

I have decided to address some of the cruel and utterly untrue things people have said on the internet.  This will be part 1 of a 4 part series in which I will address some of these lies. Stay tuned – more to come.  And as always, thank you for listening.

Do You Ever Have A “Gut feeling”, “Sixth sense,” “Premonition” Or Even “Deja-Vu” To Describe Your Experiences?

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Share your story right here on this blog.  You can be a guest blogger.  Your story can help others that have had similar experiences.  How many times has your “gut feeling,” sixth sense,” or “premonition” saved you?

The late Apple founder Steve Jobs challenged us to “Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, because everything else is secondary.”

When you’re confused, listen to that little voice in your head. I know, it’s easier said than done, but when your heart and your head are sending you mixed signals, then maybe it’s time to hear what an objective voice has to say.  An important thing I always try to suggest to other victims of stalking is to listen to your intuition…it is there to help protect you.  If you feel that you are in danger, then most likely you are – get help, get to somewhere safe.

Many law enforcement agents, police detectives, F.B.I. agents, etc. have followed their “gut” or “intuition” or whatever you choose to call it, in order to solve a case.  Most of these agents are the ones that have the most case closures and tend to rise up in the ranks in their departments.  People often ask how they can do what they do…it’s because they know how to listen to their “gut feeling,” “premonition,” “intuition.”  It’s like a little “voice” or a “flash” or a “knowing” that something is not quite right with what you are seeing or an “idea” about what might have really happened.  It gives them that extra help they need.  They follow their “hunch” all the way through, and just like any clue this usually leads them to the answers they seek.

Officer Ally Jacobs said, “When you see something, say something; don’t be afraid to take risks.  We (law enforcement) are sometimes afraid to act because of liability or cynicism or some other excuse; but why would we ignore our instincts?  Be thorough, do your job.  We need to put our egos aside and cooperate with each other.”  Officer Jacobs is the officer that saved Jaycee Lee Dugard and her two young daughters. http://www.policeone.com/women-officers/articles/5589058-Following-your-gut-Officers-hunch-saves-kidnapping-victim/

Then you have cases like the disappearance and murder of Long Valley, N.J. high school student Rachel Domas.  The detective in charge, Gary Micco, joined forces with psychic Nancy Weber, against his superior’s orders Micco asked Nancy to help him find the killer, who by then had disappeared.  Nancy told Detective Micco what she “saw” –  “I see a man … he’s very narrow and thin … everything about him is … miserable … has lots of anger … terror and darkness … I see Rachel looking very nervous … he walks behind her (in the woods road) … he’s dragging her into the woods … yes I see this man attacking her … I see a struggle … it’s horrific … I see a uniform … he worked in gas station … his name is Michael … this Michael has taken overdose of pills … (police asked the psychic to draw a map of where to find the suspect) …You are going to get him soon …” (Police catch the suspect …he was in the hospital being treated for overdose of pills; he confessed to killing Rachel …he was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment.  Police officer said the map the psychic drew for them was accurate.

Detective Micco said psychic Nancy Weber was on the money (accurate) with her predictions … “She was amazingly accurate and very helpful in terms of bringing this case to a conclusion.”


So in many cases the “seen” and “unseen” can lead investigators to find missing persons and solve cold case homicides.  I believe that in all these type of cases we should utilize all the different type of methods to look for clues in order to resolve a case.  In my opinion a credible, ethical psychic should be viewed as just another credible witness…as having something for the detective to follow up on.  If the detective follows up on the “clues” or “information” given by the psychic and it leads him to the evidence then it is a great thing wouldn’t you think?  Why wouldn’t we all want to use or own intuition, or the intuition from a psychic in order to save a missing person or solve a heinous crime?