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Croiset, Gerard - What is more important in life than to find a missing child?



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A description of the experience

Croiset the Clairvoyant - Jack Harrison Pollack

Gerard Croiset's most sensational successes have been in finding missing children. His hundreds of documented achievements in furnishing accurate, useful information to parents and the police is a stubborn answer to skeptics who still doubt the existence of extrasensory perception. They illustrate his extraordinarily keen powers in all cases involving children.

Unlike his hesitancy to work on certain murder and theft cases, lest he wrong an innocent person, the Utrecht paragnost has no inhibitions about trying to locate lost children. An international crisis doesn't stir him as emotionally as does each new missing-child case. Because Croiset's compassion is well known, Dutch parents of boys and girls who have disappeared are certain of his response to their appeals, no matter when they call, day or night. Perhaps because of this quality of genuine feeling, Croiset's abilities seem to flower most brilliantly in cases of missing children.

When I asked the clairvoyant why, he shrugged as if it were an idiotic question, which indeed it was, to put to him.

"I have five children myself," he reminded me. Then he asked me a question: "What is more important in life than to find a missing child?" The gifted Dutchman had cut me down to size.

Sometimes a foolish question gets an answer it deserves.

The source of the experience

Croiset, Gerard

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