Helping a Psychic Detective find serial killers
It’s always been a dream of mine to be a ghost hunter or work on cold cases, so when I came across an ad for a psychic detective looking for an assistant I didn’t think twice about applying. Now handling the digital marketing, social media and SEO is nice and normal, not much different from Music PR except that here news stations are always calling for interviews.
Some aspects of the job have never come up in previous jobs. Here we get emotional parents and friends of parents calling about missing children, and it’s so hard as an empath because I feel the deepest pains coming out of these people. We want to help every single one of them, but when it’s a recent case my boss has to back off and let the police do their thing first.
Any time you see a story about a missing person on National TV, believe me, we’ve had daily calls about it. I feel for my boss so much, because even when we do work on a case and report our findings you are often left in limbo. When a detective is very interested in what he has found, it doesn’t mean that there is always enough evidence to go after the culprit. Despite a Suffolk County detective calling us because the person we think is the Long Island Serial Killer had already been on their radar and they were very interested in our evidence, our suspect still posts about how much he likes violence and hates women that don’t pay attention to him on social media every day. You can only do so much.
My boss has a psychic detective reality show in pre-production, and I hope that many others get to see the work he does. He’s genuine, caring, and hits the nail on the head all the time. This skeptic has certainly become a believer. Let’s get metaphysical.