Monday, October 12, 2009
Dayle Schear, a woman whose psychic abilities have been used internationally, says when she was hired to give some insight into this case in 1991, she told Jaycee's parents--this day would come.
Schear has worked on many crime cases, including some high-profile ones such as the O.J. Simpson case. But Jaycee's case always stuck out in her mind.
Schear recounts the day she spoke to Terry Probyn, Jaycee's mother. "I looked her in the eyes and I said please do not give up on this child...eventually she'll walk through the door, you're going to see her again."
Schear also told Terry some unsettling details. "I described general area and how she was being held I said it was sexual...I knew she was being held at force and she could not get to a phone to call."
Jaycee Dugard's mother always held on to the hope that she and her daughter would one day be reunited, because of what Dayle told her even though other psychics said she was dead.
Schear says, "She never gave up hope in her heart and she always believed someday her daughter would walk through her door."
So what does Schear say lies in the future for Jaycee? She predicts that Jaycee will pull out of this with guidance and counseling, and will become a spokesperson to help others.
If you would like to contact Dayle Schear you can call her at (775) 671-1650 or visit http://www.dayleschear.com.
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Cheyenne Martin attended the the Point Foundation Charity in Hollywood where her client Frenchie Davis sang for the event. The Point Foundation provides financial support, mentoring, leadership training and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. The event was a class act 100%.
The film with the little white dog is called "Watch Out For Slick" Produced by Marvin Kaplan and directed by Herb Lynsey. My client, Maray Ayres (holding the white dog in the photo).
You all will remember Marvin Kaplan - he was in David Lynch's WILD AT HEART... brings back memories. I represented Diane Ladd for that film and she got nominated for an Oscar...
Maray loved working with Marvin... Will be out next year.