Clairvoyant tells police Madeleine McCann is buried in woods

Madeleine McCann is buried in a forest just ten kilometers from the Portuguese resort where she went missing in 2007, a clairvoyant reportedly told the police.

The mystic, who specializes in searching for missing people, told officials that Madeleine was “sadly dead and buried in Portugal northeast of Lagos”.

Michael Schneider, who reportedly found the remains of several missing people, gave police precise coordinates of a location he believes they will find their body.

He reportedly helped solve a missing person case in Germany. Unfortunately, 36 hours after he told police officers the correct location, she was found hanging from a tree.

And he also successfully found the bodies of the murdered couple Peter Neumair (63) and Laura Perselli (68), who were missing in their house in Bozen, Italy, in January. reports Der Spiegel.

“I do not give such information lightly and without constantly questioning myself, because I am very well aware of the responsibility of what I do,” said the 50-year-old former TV reporter.

The German public prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters confirmed to the Sunday People that his officers had previously used clairvoyants.

He refused to comment on Mr. Schneider, but said: “Several clairvoyants followed our call for help last year and offered help.

“In some cases, we also received specific tips. We do not ignore them, but we are careful. “

Three weeks ago, Mr. Schneider turned to the BKA – the German equivalent of the FBI – with his request. The BKA announced in an e-mail: “Your information will be appropriately incorporated into our work.”

The German public prosecutor’s office has named the 44-year-old pedophile Christian Brückner as the main suspect, who is currently serving a seven-year prison sentence for rape.

Mr. Schneider: “I am pleased that the BKA apparently takes me seriously.

“Often times you have a reputation for being a freak or someone just trying to squeeze money out of someone and that’s pretty hurtful. I never take money. “

Mr. Schneider explains his technique: “I look at a photo of the missing person and ask myself up to God whether this living being is alive or dead.

“Then I take an atlas or a road map and look at large areas superficially. Then on Google Maps and Earth.

“Then I run my fingers and my eyes over these cards until they stop and mark them.”

However, Madeleine’s parents Kate, 52, and doctor Gerry, 53, of Rothley, Leicestershire, continue to believe their daughter is still alive. since her disappearance on May 3, 2007

The Sunday People have reached out to the McCanns’ Portuguese Legal Department for comment.


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