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Psychic offers Madeleine McCann clues


Posted on Sunday, 10 June, 2012 | Comment icon 25 comments


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John Warne believes that missing Madeleine is alive and well in Minnesota and is now attending college.

A respected spiritualist of 57 years, 82-year-old Warne initiated his own psychic investigation in to the disappearance of Madeleine after he heard medium Derek Acorah claim that she was dead. "It doesnít make sense to go to people and say she is dead," said Warne. "If it was the case that she had died he should have known what happened, who did it and where she is now. It is a terrible thing to say that someoneís missing child is dead."

Instead Warne believes he has information pertaining to where Madeleine is now and who it was that took her. "The bloke who took her was in his early 30s with brown hair, he was 5ft. 8in. and in a light blue outfit. He checked her out the day before it happened. The guy was an American, but he didnít take her for himself. He was working for someone."

"Grandfather John Warne is convinced that the schoolgirl was snatched on behalf of an American, and that she is now living in Minnesota and attending college."

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Comment icon #16 Posted by Gand on 23 June, 2012, 5:22
This psychic is bogus. This Hillarious. Personally, I still would not of had dinner without my child, let alone leave them in a strange room/ hotel in a strange country. Psychics? The reality is 1. She was stolen by someone, mentally unstable who genuinely wanted to be a mother, 2. She was made a slave, 3. She's not with us anymore. I only hope for her sake that her scenario is number one, If she was subjected to two you can only hope and pray that shes at peace! As someone who followed this case in the past I can clearly say 3 3 3 3 3 3 333333333333333 333333333333 333 3 3 3. 3 is the right a... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by skookum on 24 June, 2012, 10:14
The parents use a world feared libel solicitors to sue anyone who dares to public ally question their accounts of the night. They are suing some retired solicitor at the moment trying to get his house, savings and him committed to prison for publishing some leaflet. The book by that Portuguese cop was banned and they seized all the copies, the ban has been lifted but as far as i know they were never returned. They are suing him as well. The fighting fund is not even a charity it is a PLC company and doesn't release details of its accounts but its claimed from previous accounts filed only 13% g... [More]
Comment icon #18 Posted by Junior Chubb on 25 June, 2012, 17:54
This man knows where Maddie is does he? Well if I was him and was that sure I wouldn't sit there being ignored by the investigators I would get the funds together to find her. She should be easy to track down once he hits Minnesota using his 'abilities', oh but that would expose this story for the lie that it is! Mr Right Wing & Skookum - Your points are quite interesting and a few of them ring memory bells in my ears. Anything more than points though (links or the name of that book)? Gand - You lost me!
Comment icon #19 Posted by skookum on 26 June, 2012, 8:32
This man knows where Maddie is does he? Well if I was him and was that sure I wouldn't sit there being ignored by the investigators I would get the funds together to find her. She should be easy to track down once he hits Minnesota using his 'abilities', oh but that would expose this story for the lie that it is! Mr Right Wing & Skookum - Your points are quite interesting and a few of them ring memory bells in my ears. Anything more than points though (links or the name of that book)? Gand - You lost me! The book is called "truth of the lie" and is by the Portuguese investigator Goncalo Am... [More]
Comment icon #20 Posted by Junior Chubb on 27 June, 2012, 0:30
The book is called "truth of the lie" and is by the Portuguese investigator Goncalo Amaral (not sure if I spelt his name right). He has been totally discredited because of an earlier case in the area when a Mother was accused of killing her child and hiding the body. She claims the child was abducted, the police say the child walk in on her having incestrious sex with her brother and they killed her to stop her telling anyone. She claims the police beat a confession out of her. You can since the European court overturned the ban watch a film called "the truth of the lie" on youtube. I wont pos... [More]
Comment icon #21 Posted by skookum on 27 June, 2012, 7:27
You are correct it is a heartbreaking case. I read into it purely from an unsolved crime mystery. Once you get into it you discover that the tragic incident on the 3rd May 2007 isn't the beginning of the story, if anything it is somewhere in the middle. What has got me the most is how everyone seems to have a connection with each other, even though they claim not to know each other. A prime example is a young lady called Pennington. She arrived at the resort a day before the little girl vanished to work in the creche. Turns out under a different name (she admits she changed it) she worked in a... [More]
Comment icon #22 Posted by OverSword on 10 July, 2012, 16:06
Psychics.....right. This 82 year old grandfather is not a psychic, he is either a liar or suffers from dimentia. This story is not newsworthy and this charlatan should be ashamed of himself using this family's tradgedy to get his name in the paper.
Comment icon #23 Posted by regeneratia on 24 September, 2012, 13:59
I heard one psychic say that the girls were drugged to sleep so the parents could play and the drugs killed Madeliene. Very, very interesting angle. What if it WAS the family who killed her? Freak things happen everyday. I suspend judgement on this.
Comment icon #24 Posted by Daughter of the Nine Moons on 30 September, 2012, 19:45
As a sharp eyed new (still validating) member said Mr. Warne has often mentioned madeline is attending college. Is he aware that she was just shy of 4 yrs old when went missing in 2007? That would make her roughly 9 years old. Why hasnt anyone else noticed this? Id think itd be pretty easy to locate a 9 yr old going to college. Is she a child prodegy? Im always dumbfounded when a statement that seems so illogical doesnt get questioned. Do Brits call elementary school college perhaps? please elaborate if Ive missed something.
Comment icon #25 Posted by IngridAlexandra on 14 August, 2013, 0:12
All we have to do is find the college in Minnesota where a ten year old girl is in attendance! Case closed!


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