Psychic Detectives Called in on Caylee Anthony Case

Psychic Detectives Called in on Caylee Anthony Case
Orlando police have sought the help of psychic detectives to find 3 year old Caylee Anthony.Orlando area news reports have revealed that psychic detectives have become involved in the search to find 3 year old Caylee Anthony who has been missing since June 16. The group of detectives, known as "Body Hunters", is using their gifts and instincts to find the missing girl. Part of the process is "blind driving" throughout Central Florida in hopes of picking up a lead on Caylee’s whereabouts.

"We will not even look at street names," said lead psychic detective Gale St. John on Monday. "We drive and go completely on feeling instinct, chasing down what we call a person signature."

While police and psychics continue the search Casey Anthony, Caylee’s mother, remains in jail. Anthony, 22, is being held $500,000 bond stemming from charges of child neglect, lying to the police, and failing to immediately report Caylee's disappearance.

On Friday news of a search warrant was released. The warrant gave investigators permission to remove "a long list of items" from Casey Anthony's closet to be submitted for DNA testing.

Anthony has been named a "person of interest" in her daughter’s disappearance, in part due to misinformation and refusal to answer questions. Police routinely claim that Anthony has given them very little information that turned out to be true.

One major untruth was the report in which Casey told police that Caylee had last been seen on June 9. Anthony changed the statement after investigators uncovered a photo of Caylee with her grandfather dated June 15.

It is also suspected that Anthony impersonated Caylee’s babysitter. Anthony named Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez as the woman who had been Caylee's babysitter over the last two years. Police reports show that detectives interviewed a woman by the same name but the woman didn’t recognize photos of Casey or Caylee Anthony. Police have stated that the woman’s name is common and believe it "could be a coincidence."

When police went to the apartment where Gonzalez allegedly resided, they discovered that it had been vacant for nearly five months.

According to Casey’s brother, Lee Anthony, Casey left Orlando with Caylee on June 16th for work and a vacation. Nearly five weeks passed before Casey Anthony’s mother, Cindy, dialed 911.

"I found out my granddaughter has been taken, she has been missing for a month, we're talking about a 3-year-old little girl ... I need to find her," the frantic grandmother said. "I found my daughter's car today and it smells like there's a dead body in the damn car."

Cindy Anthony said she hadn’t seen her granddaughter since the middle of June. The 911 dispatcher asked for Casey Anthony, who confessed she hadn't reported Caylee’s disappearance because she'd been conducting her own search.

Casey’s behavior has also sent up a red flag. Detectives are astonished that Casey has never cried or showed any type of emotion when discussing Caylee’s disappearance.

"Her demeanor has been, for lack of a better word, nonchalant," said Deputy Chief Carlos Padilla. "She's shown no remorse, no concern."

Anthony attorney Jose Baez claims his client is innocent and "has a very compelling reason for her actions and we will present them at the proper time and place."

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