Missing Children, Adults & Pets
I am writing this, in the hopes that those of you who send me a request, to just find this child ,that they happened to find out is missing, can think of ways to be of service.
For every documentary you see that is half an hour or an hour, know that the situation may have been over fourteen months of work, or ten days of long hours. Some cases took years. The fourteen months one was the parental abduction test case for President Jimmy Carter’s bill. Prior to the bill the parent who was missing their child or children had to steal them back. The bill made it a felony. The details are in my current book, The Life Of A Psychic Detective.
My encounters with law-enforcement after moving to New Jersey was very serendipitous. Over the 40 years it included everything, burglaries, child and animal abuse, rapes, homicides and espionage. For those of you who want to make a difference, here are some ideas.
Read about some children missing, or adults, or pets, or jewelry, or contracts, and whatever else you have decided needs help. Start with working on it yourself! What do I mean by that?
When I began this work I had no idea how to do any of it. The recipe I used, was an absolute belief that we are all connected, including missing beings. There is no rulebook on how to do any of it. There is no rule book on how to get involved with law-enforcement. It’s like anything else that needs creativity, prayer, meditation, a strong faith and belief, including your willingness to give it all you got. Send out your prayers with focus and intention. I believe the universe can move it along. Only the Creator of life can judge what needs to happen. We are not in charge. If you truly believe that your prayers, thoughts, and feelings matter, then don’t question the outcome. Learn to live with the answers.
Here is my favorite way of talking to our Creator. “Thank you. If this is for the highest good, for the spiritual path of all those involved then….(fill in the request), and if it is not for the highest good for their (my, etc.) spiritual path, I graciously accept the outcome.
A beautiful prayer, Nancy.
I would love to read your book. Where could I purchase it?
I’m sorry I sent you a message in messenger I hope you read it.. Thank you.
I am not law enforcement or a family member of a missing person; however, I am the ex-wife of a very abusive man who I believe may have been involved in unsolved homicides. I just signed up for mentoring classes with you. I’m hoping you can help me alleviate the persistent thoughts regarding the crimes that I believe he has committed. I have been in contact with Police and even the forensic psychologist who worked one of the cases and right now there is not enough evidence. So now, I just want help for myself. I need a way to move forward and maybe I just need to stop searching for answers. I’m hoping for some guidance.
My name is Dr. Ellen Saccoia, and I am a social worker for the Department of Defense at Cannon AFB in Clovis, New Mexico. I am writing on behalf of the family of Ms. Linda Kimble to ask if you would consider helping us with her case. Mr. Tony Hendricks, a former military member/client, Wounded Warrior, and disabled veteran, has permitted me to advocate on his behalf to find help locating his mother, or information on the case to apprehend her former caregiver, Keisha Mitchell.
The family has been struggling for over two years to find any information on their missing mother, Ms. Linda Kimble, after being placed in the care of Mitchell. Mitchell reassured Ms. Kimble’s safety after being placed in her care but stopped responding to messages from the family soon after. When the family attempted to visit Ms. Kimble, the address provided was that of a vacant home. Neither Ms. Kimble nor Mitchell have been seen or heard from since October 2019. Active warrants have been issued for Mitchell, who remains a fugitive.
Mitchell poses a grave and imminent danger to vulnerable people, including the disabled and elderly. Upon investigating the case, I have learned that Mitchell ran several “care homes” for disabled adults who were left without food, water, and medication. My team and I also learned that several residents begged Mitchell’s transport driver (Olivia Allgood Jones) not to bring them back because the conditions were so poor. One, with limited cognition, left a note in Jones’ van that stated, “Help me.” Additionally, Jones disclosed that many residents would run away or complained about being hungry. Therefore, it is imperative to locate Mitchell to determine Ms. Kimble’s whereabouts and mitigate future detriments.
I recently contacted the Gwinnett County Police Department and was told Ms. Kimble’s case was suspended on 1/3/2020. I was then notified that Mitchell’s case was turned over to the U.S. Marshals Service. Special Agent David Oney is the lead investigator. The family desperately seeks answers and is doing everything within their control to find their mother. Mitchell must be apprehended to answer questions and deter harm to other vulnerable populations.
Is it possible to schedule a time to talk to you? I may be contacted at 575-904-3394. I can also arrange a Zoom meeting with the family of Ms. Linda Kimble if you do not feel comfortable discussing the case with me. I appreciate your consideration and look forward to hearing back from you.
Dr. Ellen Saccoia
I left you a message about the Summer Wells Case I was wondering if you have heard of her she is 6 years old and missing from Tennessee for ten months now. Such a sad situation. Thank you for your attention
Hi Nancy, I would like to talk to you hire you regarding a missing young man. How do I go about this? Thank you