Jeff: You recently posted a session that you worked against a target
which involved a criminal act. Before we go into that,
can you first tell us how long you have been remote viewing and how you
were trained in TRV?
Kevin: I received my PSI TECH Generation II Training Course on
November 15, 2001 and started training that night. My training
has consisted of the video tapes, workbook and CD included in the kit.
I also have had input from the PSI TECH Online Training Classroom. And
lots of practice.
Jeff: What was the exact target and the nature of this case?
Kevin: "Cash register stolen from Liquor Locker in [name of city] in December
2001/Current location." I later learned the following details after TRVing that
blind target. Sometime in December 2001, two masked men entered the store,
grabbed the register and ran off with it. Three police investigators and one
state investigator worked it. They had no leads. The case was dead
in the water.
Jeff: What lead to your involvement with this case and who tasked you with
Kevin: The Chief of Police is a friend and I had told him about my TRV
training sometime in late December. I showed him some of the information
on the PSI TECH web site, including the UPN video. He was, and is,
very interested in learning this skill himself. He gave my wife some
targets, unbeknownst to me. She tasked them. I just pulled this target
from my blind target pool.
Jeff: How did the Chief first become interested in TRV and its potential
as a law enforcement tool? Was he aware of remote viewing before
you began working these targets?
Kevin: I think when he gave the targets to my wife, it was more
to test the veracity of the system, than as an actual assistance in solving
crimes. He had not heard about remote viewing prior to me showing him the
PSI TECH web site.
Jeff: How many sessions did you work against the target?
Jeff: What specific data from your session lead to the breakthrough
in solving the crime (and/or apprehension of the suspect?)
Kevin: In my session, there was a strong aspect of a "party," so the Chief
asked a confidential informant (CI) if there had been a party on the night
of the crime. (We are in a small town, there are not usually any parties
on weeknights around here.)
The CI came back and told him:
1. There was a party.
2. It was in a stucco house (most houses are brick, wood, or vinyl
siding around here.)
3. It was 200 feet from the railroad track.
4. When the Chief asked where it was, who threw the party, the CI balked
and did not want to say. He said these are "serious guys."
Since these details matched the data in the session, the Chief knew he
was on to something. He got another CI to do some more checking and found
the exact location of the house. It belonged to a convicted felon who
was on parole. That is all he needed to proceed. Just yesterday he found
out that during the party, a couple of the guys got some others to leave
with them to go to an abandoned building down the road. No one knows why
they went, or what they did, but there was data in the session about
an "abandoned structure." And it turns out that there are potted plants in
front of the house also.
Jeff: You have used this skill to help your community in a positive way,
increased public safety and have contributed to the furthering of TRV's use as a valuable law enforcement
tool. How does that make you feel?
Kevin: I am excited about the practical results from this session.
I am still in the early learning stages and am continuing to practice.
I am very motivated to become proficient in this skill and am aware enough
to know that I am not even close to aware of all the possibilities. I am
concentrating on practice now, and will look more to real world applications
later. I appreciate the effort that
has made this training available to me. Thank you! I am looking forward to
the Advanced Training Kit to be released.