Nancy du Tertre, known as “The Skeptical Psychic,”™ is an attorney specializing in securities litigation, and is a well-known trained psychic detective, spiritual medium and remote viewer. She works with law enforcement and victims’ families to help find missing persons, as well as doing private readings for an international clientele. She is a former CBS radio show host and a frequent media guest and speaker on topics ranging from extraterrestrial/alien spoken and written languages, remote viewing techniques, paranormal activity, psychic detective work, to trance and physical me
diumship skills. Nancy is also certified for more than 20 years in Intuitive Gestalt Psychotherapy and teaches her own radically different brand of remote viewing or psychic spying, called “TSP” in worldwide online classes.
Egyptologist and author Kara Cooney discussed the ancient Egyptian pharaohs and their dynastic rules. Followed by remote viewer and energy healer Nancy du Tertre on the state of human consciousness during the pandemic.More »
Investigative author Keith McCloskey joined George Knapp to discuss the mysterious disappearance back in 1900 of three lighthouse keepers from Eilean Mor, a small island, off the rocky west coast of Scotland. First hour guest, Nancy du Tertre, a trained psychic detective...More »
In the first half, medical journalist Katie Singer discussed how human-made electromagnetic fields, like Wi-Fi and mobile phone networks are overwhelming our ability to process their excessive levels. In the latter half, author and 'skeptical psychic' Nancy du Terte talked...More »
In the first half, George Noory welcomed 'the skeptical psychic,' Nancy Du Tertre, for a discussion on intuition and her work as a psychic detective, spiritual medium, and medical intuitive. Followed by Open Lines.More »
In the first half, Dr. Gary Ridenour talked about various disease outbreaks such as Hantavirus, as well as West Nile, and Lyme disease. Hantavirus is spread by the deer mouse, and there's been a recent outbreak at Yosemite National Park from people who stayed in the "signature...More »