Kelly Snyder of Find Me discussed how his group of 32 psychics & experts assists law enforcement and families in locating missing people. The organization was formed out of frustration because a lot of cases involving missing kids weren't being looked at, he explained. The team of psychics, who are vetted during a one-year probationary period, are all given the same basic information about a case and then work separately on their impressions.
Three of the team members joined the show during the evening to share their process. Forensic astrologer Dave Campbell said he gathers his data through an astrological crime scene chart that he devises based on the start time of the incident. He then combines this information with perceptions he receives as a medium.
Spiritual teacher Sunny Dawn Johnston uses meditation to tune in to the energy of the deceased or missing person, and sometimes incorporates cards or a pendulum to fine tune a location. As a clairsentient, she experiences empathically what may have taken place during a crime.
Search & Rescue facilitator Kristi Smith talked about her work training dogs to locate people through scent. Canines can provide closure, either eliminating a place, or finding a body in a given location, she noted.
Appearing during the first half-hour, author Robert Zimmerman and Richard C. Hoagland (new website: darkmission.net) offered commentary on the Shuttle mission, and the decision not to repair it before its return.