REMOTE VIEWING OF KILLER, VICTIM, LOCATION, NAMES, ETC.
1993 - Missing Persons Case
Re: Cynthia Anderson, Toledo, Ohio
Featured on Unsolved Mysteries – 18 year old Cynthia Anderson, a pre-college student had been missing for the past 8 years. Was able to submit information related to a key suspect, a rental storage unit in the suspect’s name and possible location of Cynthia’s body. This information caused case Detective Scobel to re-open case, though the storage rental facility was found to have been destroyed in a hurricane disaster the year prior to submission of the information. Unfortunately, since a body could not be located, no arrest was made.
Excerpt from on-line, about the case :
Click here: doenetwork.org
Agency Case Number: 1504770
[QUOTE] In another theory, a private detective later linked Miss Anderson’s disappearance to a message spray-painted in enormous letters on a wall at the shopping center where she worked: "I love you, Cindy."
The message was signed with the initials of a now-deceased maintenance man who worked in the area.
( My personal opinion, excerpt, I will keep the killer's name void )
This is the man [killer] that is now dead and it was the maintenance man ..........that I named the 1st and last name and he was the one who strangled her to death. He placed the body in a storage building wall. I drew the storage map with details. A tornado, the year before the Ohio Police re-opened the info, based on my details........blew away and destroyed the storage building. Plus I drew the street map details from her office and his obsession with Cynthia. This is why the police requested 'Unsolved Mysteries' to send me the VHS, to continue remote viewing
details, which I did and I sent my findings to Ohio police...I experienced her feelings at the murder. And I could feel the emotions of the killer, also.
( on-line case files ) :
Cynthia Jane Anderson
Missing since August 4, 1981 from Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: February 4, 1961
Age at Time of Disappearance: 20 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'4", 115 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown eyes; brown hair.
Marks, Scars: Chicken Pox scar on her forehead and a open fish hook shaped scar inside of her right knee about 1 and a half inch long.
Clothing: White v-neck dress with pink stripes, beige open-toed anklestrap sandals, and cinnamon brown Legg's pantyhose.
Circumstances of Disappearance :
Anderson was last seen at her place of employment on August 4, 1981 in Toledo, OH. She vanished from the law office in Manhattan Plaza, Toledo, OH, where she worked as a secretary. She had arrived at work before anyone else, done her regular morning tasks and disappeared before her co-workers arrived. She had been receiving suspicious calls before she disappeared. Because of that she recently had an emergency buzzer installed at her desk at work. She disappeared without a trace, there were no sign of a struggle. Her purse and car keys were gone. Her car remained outside. The doors were locked.
At least two serial murderers, brothers Anthony and Nathaniel Cook, were later would be found responsible for nine killings in Toledo, Ohio. Though they’ve denied involvement with Miss Anderson, the Cooks never have been ruled out as suspects. In another theory, a private detective later linked Miss Anderson’s disappearance to a message spray-painted in enormous letters on a wall at the shopping center where she worked: "I love you, Cindy." The message was signed with the initials of a now-deceased maintenance man who worked in the area.
The closest police ever thought they were to closing the Anderson case occurred with the 1995 arrest of drug dealer Jose Rodriguez, Jr., and his attorney, Richard Neller. Neller worked with the law firm when Miss Anderson disappeared, and federal prosecutors suggested the secretary was abducted and murdered after she overheard conversations about an ongoing drug conspiracy involving the two men. A jailhouse snitch testified that Rodriguez told him he’d killed Miss Anderson with a 9mm handgun - evidence a judge later ruled not reliable. Foul play is suspected.