13 August 2009, JellyBean @ 8:00 am

by Roy Stemman

Can a premonition change the future or is it purely a “vision” of an event that will inevitably occur? It’s an intriguing question and one that I ask because of a recent report that US Secret Service agents changed the route of a 1992 presidential motorcade after being warned by a psychic of an assassination plot. The astonishing claim is contained in a new book, In the President’s Secret Service, by veteran author Ronald Kessler. Its long sub-title – “Behind the scenes with agents in the line of fire and the Presidents they protect” – explains precisely what the book is about.

In it, according to a leak from Kessler, a former investigative reporter at The Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, he reveals that during the 1992 presidential re-election campaign a psychic, who had worked with police on homicide cases, told her police contact of a vision in which President George Bush (father of George W. Bush) was going to be assassinated by a sniper….

This news was conveyed by a detective from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to Secret Service agent Norm Jarvis, who had been assigned to run intelligence investigations prior to President Bush’s visit to the civic auditorium in Enid, Oklahoma, on 17 September, 1992.

The detective assured Jarvis that this psychic’s visions had helped police find buried bodies and had provided useful leads in other criminal investigations. Another seasoned law enforcement homicide investigator from Texas confirmed that Jarvis needed to pay attention to her.

The Secret Service agent decided to put the psychic to the test by asking her where the president’s limousine was at that time. She correctly told him it was at the Air Force base near Enid and agreed to be taken there.

Read the full article on Paranormal Review: Did psychic save Bush’s life?

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