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The Bridge


Several years ago, a young female artist disappeared from the downtown area of our city. For many weeks, the police searched for her and it soon became certain that she had been murdered, but where was her body? One day while traveling through the city to go visit a friend, I crossed a small bridge that led to a traffic light at the bottom of the hill. Immediately after I crossed the bridge, I felt somewhat light-headed, and as if I was in a trance-like state. Things seemed dream-like and somewhat slowed down. At that moment a voice in my head said "We must go find...", and it named the missing person. As the traffic light changed, I attempted to clear my head, but found it strange that I had such a thought, since I did not know the missing girl.

A few weeks later, a "so-called" psychic informed the police that she thought she could lead them to the body, but as it turned out, she had knowledge of the murder through her association with the murderer. The ironic or should I say "psychic" part to this story is, the body was discovered beneath the bridge that I had crossed that day, right next to the police station. I don't know whose voice that was, it was not mine but it had such a sadness. I felt as though she wanted to just be found, so she could go home.

I wanted to tell the girl's parents what had occurred because I thought it would give them some comfort to know that perhaps it was their child's spirit and that now she could rest, having been found and returned to her loved ones, but I decided not to because of the previous "psychic" who turned out to be a fake hoping only to claim the reward for herself and the murderer. I only hope that she does indeed now rest in peace.

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Patricia (4 stories) (8 posts)
15 years ago (2009-05-14)
Thank you all for your support and comments, I decided it was best to say nothing about the experience. I just thought for a moment that it was a comforting thought to know that she was not truly gone, that the communication I received was an affirmation that she did still exist in some way and form. It helped me to realize that there is more to life and death then what we are lead to believe.
girlygirl89 (guest)
15 years ago (2009-05-14)
I agree with Br1tt4ny and XtjrX because although it may seem to be a good idea to tell her parents, it really is not. They might think that you want something from them in return for information they already know. They'll think you're a fraud or something especially since you didn't confront them or tell the police before the body was found. Its great that you wanted to help but, I don't think that this was the time for it. Who knows? Maybe someday you will have the opportunity to help someone in need with or without your abilities. So, don't be sad. Cheer up! This was a learning experience! 😁
XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
15 years ago (2009-05-14)
I have to agree with Br1tt4ny; It's probably best just not to communicate with the parents. The more I thought about it, and seeing Br1tt's reply I don't think it's a good idea to reach out to the parents at all.
Br1tt4ny (3 stories) (28 posts)
15 years ago (2009-05-14)
Its tough deciding how to handle and deliver your gift. I would not do anything. This fake may have left a bad taste in their mouths so in general. While I agree with XtjrX, I wouldn't write the letter.
XtjrX (7 stories) (300 posts)
15 years ago (2009-05-14)
Patricia: Hmm... What a moral delema?! I appreciate where your comming from wanting to give the parents a sense of peace, or closure. I can't help but feel that the word "psychic" is tarnished for these parents, and trying to give them peace may re-open wounds their wounds. Sigh. If it were me in your shoes, I'd be more enclined to write them an anonymous letter. This would communicate that you don't want anything from them, and recognize that they have been victimized by a "fake" psychic. I hope this helps. What a difficult difficult possition you are in: (

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