Psychic Robert Petro helps Connecticut police when one of theirfellow officersdisappears.
Psychic Nancy Myer attempts to help investigators as they search for a missing woman.
With the help of psychic Sharon John, the defense team for an accused Navy officer find the evidence needed to convince a jury that he is innocent of murder.
Psychic Laurie McQuary helps police find the body of murdered model Linda Sobek, leading them away from a fruitless search near the location of her abandoned car and toward huge Los Angeles National Park.
Psychic Gale St. John helps police investigate the disappearance of her friend, a diabetic woman who can't survive for more than 48 hours without insulin.
Psychic Phil Jordan surprises police with a vision of the house a murder suspect was in the day before the crime, but he also envisions a tattoo that the prime suspect doesn't have.
Psychic Nancy Weber is brought in to help determine if a body found in a New Jersey woods was a victim of foul play.
In Florida for a convention, psychic Phil Jordan visits a seaside crime scene to try to find clues that will help lead police to the killer.
When a missing woman's mother calls in Carol Pate, the psychic is sure that her daughter is dead, but still needs to locate the body and see that the murderer, a former schoolmate of the victim, is brought to justice.
When a police officer falls into the icy waters of the Finger Lakes in upstate New York, psychic Phil Jordan helps narrow down the search area for his rescuers.
Three drugstore employees are gunned down, execution style. The money is missing from the safe, so the robber apparently knew the combination. Police target the former store manager as a suspect, but he has an alibi. Detectives turn to psychic Carol Pate for help in cracking the case.
A California investigator enlists the help of psychic Donielle Patton, whose remote viewing may help locate a woman who went missing from a late-night party.
The sixth attack in five years by a sexual predator in the small town of Buttermilk Falls causes the police to call in psychic Nancy Myer, who envisions the perpetrator as two different men.
Although Norman Lewis has been missing for months, psychic Noreen Renier tells police that he is somewhere in his car, even though police are doubtful that he would have simply taken off.