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Sensing Murder

Three psychics are asked to act as psychic detectives to help provide evidence that might be useful in solving famous unsolved murder cases by communicating with the deceased victims.
Rebecca Gibney
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  1. 1. The Patient Killer
    2 May 2006
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    On the 29th of January 1976, 13 year old schoolgirl Tracey Ann Patient disappeared while walking home along Great North Road in West Auckland.
  2. 2. Walk of Innocence
    11 May 2006
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    In May 1970 an innocent young girl, OliveWalker, left home just before 7pm with the intention of walking to her sister's house. Eighteen year old Olive was due to babysit her nieces and nephews -but Olive never made it.
  3. 3. Lost Soul
    21 May 2006
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    It was a bitterly cold night on 5th June 1986, when attractive 25 year old Luana Williams disappeared from her home in Tauranga, never to be seen again. In the early hours of the morning her partner returned home to find the lights on, the fire unguarded, half a glass of sherry on the coffee table and their pets indoors. There were no signs of a struggle.
  4. 4. Bump in The Night
    27 May 2006
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    Under cover of darkness, during a violent storm, an unknown intruder broke into a suburban home in WestAuckland. He crept into the bedroom six year old Alicia O'Reilly shared with her sister and raped and murdered young Alicia in her bed while her sister slept.
  5. 5. Blood Money
    2 June 2006
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    On the evening of 5th July 1979 a burglar broke into the house of pensioner George Engelbrecht. George was in bed sleeping but awoke to the sound of smashing glass. The burglar entered his bedroom and proceeded to beat the old man to death with a series of weapons he randomly picked up in the bedroom.
  6. 6. Fallen Angel
    9 June 2006
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    On August 17th 1995, pregnant mother Angela Blackmoore was stabbed to death in the kitchen of her Christchurch home while her two year old son slept in the front bedroom.

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AngieReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 January 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
I was curious about how psychics were able to do the things that they do so I went to see a famous, probably the most famous, british psychic in a show once and came out completely convinced that he was a charlatan. He started the show by going to one portion of the audience and shouted up the tiers, does anyone know a gentleman that has passed who's name starts with the letter J. John, or Jack, or James etc. Finally someone stuck their hand up. 'Jacob', 'That's right', he said, 'I have him here'. I have 8 male members of my family who's names start with the letter J, it's very common so it didn't suprise me that he started with the common one's first, but how was it that he didn't mention Jacob who was supposedly standing next to him. Then I watched, now as a critic, as he manipulated the audience members into giving a lot more information than they received and left the show deflated because it was obvious he was a fraud. I was surprised by how many of the audience left singing his praises - the obviously hadn't seen what I had.
The psychics here are totally different. They give the letters, names exact dates etc. it is quite remarkable. I can hear sceptics saying that these people are schooled in what to say and they could be right, but to my critical mind they looked genuine. The involvement of police etc too made it all the more believable. I liked the psychics overall. I've got to say I don't like the fact that Kelvin Cruikshank hunts. How someone who deals with death on a daily basis can create more is beyond me, but other than that I think they are all pretty decent and are very respectful in dealing with the sad deaths they investigate.
I think they must go through hell when it is a young person or a baby - how they can come to terms with the aftermath of visually seeing etc. their final moments is beyond me. It's a wonder they don't all go mad. I do think Psychics exist, I think we all are to a degree, but the truly talented one's i.e. the one's that have full contact with the spirits are extraordinarily rare. It's a pity you have to sift out the fakers to get to them. It's also a pity that they are not respected more by the authorities when they have proven themselves, I wonder how many lives could be saved if they were. This programme is nicely done and as a believer I enjoyed it.
JDeeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 31 August 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Spookily accurate ...
Loved this series - the psychics were spookily accurate. I found it refreshingly different from a lot of the American (mainly) drivel. Very engaging and some very specific revelations, including names, dates, place etc. Wish there were more of them! The only things I dislikes were the loud foreground music and irritating sound effects - totally unnecessary.
Georgette.H.DenholmReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 June 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
This would be interesting but.
While I found this to be an interesting program, the music that was played so loud that you struggled to hear what the people were saying was off-putting and eventually so irritating I gave up.
CecReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 March 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very Interesting
It's a very interesting series. I wish Amazon had all 6 seasons like in the USA.
LouiseReviewed in the United Kingdom on 06 July 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very interesting but...
I was really enjoying this programme but had to switch off due to the flashing lights used as they were giving me a headache. I don't understand why they are needed.
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