Remote Viewing is not very well known as a tool in forensic science. Although many law enforcement agencies around the world have been and are using Remote Viewing as a tool in their intelligence tool kit, more common used are the services of forensic sketch artists.
A forensic sketch is a drawing by a specially trained artist of a suspect’s
face that is based solely on a verbal description by a witness or victim.
AK Jain, B Klare – Computer, 2011 – computer.org
Forensic sketch artists usually interview a witness or victim of a crime and ask them to describe the perpetrator. Questions are asked about the person being male or female, the ethnicity or the person, the approximate age, the color and style of hair, the eye brows, the shape of the eyes, nose, lips, chin and, any other specific facial features. With this information they will start to build a visual image of what this person would look like.
Unusual Witness and Sketch Artist?
Remote Viewers are specially trained to sketch and describe an unknown “target”, such as a person, place, item or event, remote in space or time.
Remote Viewers are usually hired in case there are no witnesses or no witnesses have come forward. With little of no evidence or witnesses, criminal cases often come to a halt, while the public and families demand a result.
How does Remote Viewing Work?
The Remote Viewer receives a target usually in the form of Target Reference Numbers, which consists of two sets of 4 random digits (eg. 5726-9421). This Reference Number is assigned to a specific question. (eg. “Sketch and Describe the current location of missing person known as / named: (name of person)” ). The Remote Viewer will only have the random numbers and will not know if the target is a missing person, location, murder weapon, fugitive, hostage, shipment of illegal goods etc.)
From here on the process is very similar to that of a forensic sketch artist. The remote viewer will attempt to establish contact with the target and observe it as a witness, while questioning him or herself on their remote perceptions. “What colors am I perceiving, what textures, tastes, smells, sounds, temperatures, dimensions?” with this information the Remote Viewer produces sketches, usually with some additional comments of the perceived descriptions. Through the higher stages of this process the Remote Viewer may also perceive some conceptual or intangible information, such as: “The building appears to have an educational purpose. (Something like a school or university).” Emotional information may also be observed, such as:” It appears this person got angry, stressed, and it feels almost obsessive.” In rare cases the Remote Viewer will actually state the name or partial name of a person or a place. These are sometimes perceived as phonetic words and other times as images. Phonetics for example could be:” There appears to be some association with the name “Johann Sebastian Bach”, the name of this person appears to be similar “Johan B.” John B.”
The examples below were from a 2007 Dutch arson case, whereby I provided the local police with this profile sketch and the name similar to “Johann Sebastian Bach”. At that time is was not public knowledge their main suspect was a man called: “Johnny B.” He was arrested approximately a week after my report to the local detectives.
Case: Arson – ‘t Zandt – Netherlands 2007
Even without an official witness, a Remote Viewer might be able to sketch, describe and even name the perpetrator, describe the victim or the evidence location. This could point the investigation in the right direction and assist in obtaining the evidence required for an arrest.
If you would like to read more about the “Arson Case” an article was published in Remote Viewing Magazine “Eight Martinis – Issue 2” and can be downloaded as PDF.
Case: Mollie Tibbetts – Suspect ID Sketch
Sandra had a spot on descriptive of the killer. Rivera (on the news sites) is pretty much a dead ringer for what she reported.
Case: Jayme Closs – 29 OCT 2018
The sketch dates 29 October 2018. Jayme is alive, but very cold and appears to be laying on her side on the floor. On 11 January 2019 Jayme Closs managed an heroic escape from her hostage situation, 88 days after her capture.