Tempe, AZ. – Jack Culolias‘s family decided to reach out to an outside group for assistance when authorities were unable to find him. The group they reached out to was a group by the name of FindMe.
Within hours of their search, they found 19-year-old Culolias’ body in a riverbed near the Tempe Marketplace. As soon as we came down in this area, the dog alerted, pulled the handler towards the water, and there was the body right there,” said Kelly Snyder, the founder of FindMe.
The FindMe group consists of a mixture of law enforcement officers, trained search dogs and their handlers, and over 100 psychics from around the globe. The news team for CBS 5 News requested that Snyder demonstrate how her group found him.
Two of the main searchers who located Culolias’ body were Dan Baldwin and Treyce Montoya. Baldwin can work with a map and pendulum, and Montoya is amazingly intuitive. According to Snyder, the accuracy rates of both of them are far higher than pure chance.
“In this particular case, I got out my pendulum and asked for specific directions,” says Baldwin. “Is he north of the theatre? South of the theatre?” Baldwin states the map and pendulum work by micro-muscles in his fingers moving the pendulum in the direction of his subconscious mind.
This Isn’t The Group’s First Successful Missing Person Location
“It works,” he says. “I know it works from repeated personal experience.” Baldwin was one of the leading members in the search that discovered the body of another missing student. It was about two years prior and his name was Willie Jigba.
He disappeared in January of 2011 and his family was relying on the authorities to find him. However, about two weeks went by and authorities were not having any luck finding him. The family decided to reach out to FindMe for help. After just a few days of taking on the case, the FindMe group located his body in Tempe Town Lake.
The FindMe group works by Snyder providing identical information about the case to his group of psychics. The psychics then utilize their talents such as dowsing, channeling information, card readings, etc. They report their findings and results to Snyder who gathers the data and finds the pieces of information that most match each other.
Once he finds information that corresponds with each other, they investigate those locations. Those places are usually where the bodies are found. The FindMe group only works on missing person cases when police or the missing person’s family members contact them.
They never charge for their services and are more than willing to share the information the psychics gathered with investigators. The FindMe website has many testimonials and comments from people who believe in what the search group does. This includes police officers and family members who have utilized them before.
“We have vetted psychics, psychics who have been doing this all their lives,” said Snyder. “We want to enhance what the police already do.” Read more incredible stories of psychics helping friends and family locate missing persons and helping police solve cases.