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22 July 2010, JellyBean @ 7:37 am

The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office received some unsolicited help from a former military investigator this week in the case of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman.

Edward Dames, a retired remote viewer who once worked with the Army, worked with his team for three weeks to try to determine the physical location of the missing boy, who has not been since June 4 at Skyline School in northwest Portland.

Dames said the missing boy is located on private property roughly 10 miles south of the school.

“He’s not where police are searching,” he said. “(He’s) not in the water and not that far away.”

A remote viewer is a specialized psychic once used by the CIA and U.S. military during the cold war. Dames was the inspiration for the movie “The Men Who Stare At Goats.”

He said he uses a mental technique to locate a missing person’s geographic location and then goes out into the field to find the target. However, Dames said he’s unable to do so in this case because he said the boy is on private property, which can present unknown dangers for his team.

Read the article here: KPTV

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