The Piece of Psychic Crime Solver Advice That’s Seared Into My Memory

Sometimes being a “psychic 4 hire” means taking on the hard cases. Unfortunately some cases are too tough for even El Gypto to solve.

In the mid-2000s, two NYC detectives discovered a pattern in the deaths of white male college students who had gone missing. All the victims had been found in bodies of water, not far from where they went missing, and at each crime scene police found a crudely drawn “smiley face”.

Symbol of the “Smiley Face Killers”

The two NYC detectives developed a theory, that a national gang of serial killers, known collectively as “The Smiley Face Killers” were kidnapping and murdering white male college students for some unknown, sick reason!

The detectives came to me for help, I brought my bag of runes and my dowsing tool to the scene of all the crimes, all thirty-seven. I did my best but I came back with nothing.

Feeling very sad and frustrated that I could not help crack the case, I decided to give up psychic crime-solving forever. But then I was contacted by an old friend, none other than the late, great psychic crime fighter Sylvia Brown.

Psychic Legend: Sylvia Brown

Sylvia said, “El Gypto, you’re not gonna win them all, sometimes the greatest psychic power is accepting the limits of that power.”

And this, my friends, is what I’m here to tell you. Part of your psychic growth is accepting the limits of your powers. Let El Gypto help you find these limits, define them, and push them to the edges of the cosmos!

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