roblindblad wrote:Pay me the 10,000 bucks U.S. James has owed me since 1993, certified check please, and I'll do it.
Do it, and the $10,000 will seem like peanuts to you. ;)
That's a very weak excuse for not backing up your claims.
roblindblad wrote:The ignorant dismisal of 2 certified news articles (Le Journal de Montreal May 31 & June 1 1998) only depicts how far your group is willing to preach denial when the "proof in the pudding" has already been set.
Newspapers print stories that sell newspapers. That's all they're bothered about.
Last year there was a psychic evening in a local pub where I live. A psychic picked up on several murders that had been done in the pub around 100 years ago. She even gave names, and a description of a young girl who was murdered. On investigation they found a lock of hair and a girl's shoe in a disused area of the pub.
This was reported in local papers as factual, and more weight was given to the story because the police got involved.
I recently contacted the police to see what they made of it all. The answer was zilch and they are no longer looking into it as none if it checks out.
Of course that doesn't get reported as a "psychic was wrong" headline doesn't sell.
Robert, the fact that your story appeared in a newspaper doesn't mean a thing. You're placing a lot of weight on something that has zero value as evidence. Your claim is not being ignorantly dismissed; you just need to supply some more reliable evidence than a newspaper article.
Are you willing to do that?