Psychic’s Legitimacy Called into Question as Child Still Missing

Psychic’s Legitimacy Called into Question as Child Still Missing

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Earlier this month we touched base on a recent news story that featured a missing child, and a search for the child started from visions that came via a Texas psychic.

Sadly, the child is still missing and the legitimacy of the psychic is now being called into question. While psychic Stephanie Almaguer originally had visions of where the child or her body could be, she later went so far as to state that she envisioned the baby drowning in her home and then being taken to a secondary location.

Not only is Stephanie’s legitimacy coming into question because the body of Lisa Irwin has not been found, but also because her parents claim the child was abducted from their home and that they know nothing about her potential drowning. Needless to say, this case has not been the positive story with the happy ending thanks to a psychic vision that we thought it may end up being.

“Self-proclaimed Dallas, Texas psychic detective Stephanie Almaguer, who has recently been the center of controversy in the case of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin, said she wanted to set the record straight after two online radio show hosts accused her of not being credible, inserting herself into missing person’s cases, and stealing visions in missing 5-year-old HaLeigh Cummings’ case.

In Baby Lisa’s case Stephanie had visions the then 10-month-old baby accidently drowned in her home and was later taken to a location near a river and tower. Baby Lisa’s parents, Deborah Bradley, 25, and Jeremy Irwin, 30, claim their baby was abducted from her crib sometime between 6:40 p.m. Oct. 3 and 3:45 a.m. Oct. 4.”

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