Newspaper article Tweed Daily News (Tweed Heads, Australia)
Work of Medium Well Done; Banora Psychic Talks with Murder Victims
Byline: Ellisha Puglia firstname.lastname@example.org
A BANORA Point psychic works with the police from around the country to help solve murder cases.
Carmel Wright said murder victims appeared to her and filled her in on missing clues that police had missed, revealing the murderer's name every time.
Ms Wright hopes to one day pursue the path of acclaimed psychic Allison DuBois, on whom Channel 10 show Medium is based.
One of Ms Wright's most memorable cases involves a woman in Perth, more than 34 years ago.
She cannot reveal the name of the victim, as the murder is currently unsolved.
Ms Wight said the murdered woman told her who killed her and where the evidence was that police needed to solve the case.
She claims there were two men involved in the murder.
"One has since passed on, but the other one is still out there and he took the jewellery off the dead woman's body, which the police didn't know," she said.
Ms Wright will not contact the dead unless a family member requests her to do so, and she
says it is the murder victims who find her, not the other way around.
"I never go searching for murder victims," Ms Wright said.
"They find me."
Ms Wright was in Tweed City Shopping Centre when she saw a photograph of missing Sunshine Coast boy Daniel Morcombe.
"I didn't intentionally look at the photo," Ms Wright said.
"But once I looked at it, I felt energy go straight through me. …