Monday, July 16, 2012
Cops received tips from Psychics of Ayla Reynolds' Case
Meanwhile, in the course of the investigation, one person who never admits to have psychic abilities has revealed to his son that he has been adamant since January thinking that he knows where Ayla Reynolds is. The man goes by the name of William Wurzburg, 94 years old.
Wurzburg, Jr. said, “He was adamant that we send this letter. I have read that the powers that be had checked into tips from psychics, so I told him ‘either they’ll find the kid because of your information, and I’ll be shocked and amazed, or they won’t.’ He asked that the letter be sent to the newspaper because he wanted to make sure they don’t just ignore it.”
About 1,200 tips on the whereabouts of the missing child have reached the police, and about 400 of these have come from psychics, according to Stephen McCausland, spokesman of the Maine Department of Public Safety.
“[Tips from psychics] obviously go into a category that is far different than a person offering specific information on something they have seen or heard that is first-hand. But we don’t ignore them,” said McCausland.
“[Tips from psychics] obviously go into a category that is far different than a person offering specific information on something they have seen or heard that is first-hand,” said McCausland. “But we don’t ignore them,” he added.
According to the letter of WurzBurg, his father has had recurring dreams that the toddler is being hidden in a room in the Violette Avenue Home basement.