Baby Lisa Irwin Death Vision by Psychic May Shed Light on Case

Thousands of potential clues and leads were reported to the Kansas City Police Department regarding the case of missing baby Lisa Irwin, but the only insight into what happened may be the vision of a psychic.

Stephanie Almaguer was called in last month to help in the search for Lisa that has left police investigators lacking any kind of answers as to who took the young girl from the Irwin household in early October. The Texas psychic shared a vision that the baby was killed accidentally in a bathtub, and the panicking parents buried her in a shallow grave somewhere near the home, according to the Examiner.

The biggest indication this might have occurred is that a cadaver dog found traces of a dead body on the bedroom floor, which aligns with the psychic’s vision that the parents tried to revive Lisa at that spot.

Rumors also circled around a man who was spotted outside carrying what looked like a baby on the night of Lisa’s disappearance, and Almaguer said that her visions revealed that man to be Jeremy Irwin, Lisa’s father. The technician claimed he was at work at a local Starbucks until the early hours in the morning before he came home to find the front door unlocked and his daughter missing.

The psychic also sensed drug use might be what caused the negligence leading to Lisa’s death. Deborah Bradley, Lisa's mother, previously admitted that after a night of smoking and drinking with a neighbor, she went to bed early and was too intoxicated to remember if she had checked in on her daughter.

As the investigation is closing down and Lisa's parents have stopped their nightly vigils outside, the psychic’s vision might be the last potential explanation of a mystery that has gripped people around the nation.

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