A few weeks ago I had posted some information about what Robbie Thomas (and friends) are up to these days.
There was a promising (ha) project in the works - "Paranormal Dream Team Tackles Triangles". It was created by some guy who claims to have invented an "EMF Typewriter" (It is as stupid as it sounds, yes) and featured himself, Robbie Thomas (the one that claims to be psychic but isn't) and "Leading EVP Researcher Specialist" (really? that's his title? Researcher Specialist?), Michael Esposito. (Sadly, I considered Michael Esposito to be a close friend and fairly respectable. His connection with Robbie Thomas has brought myself and a number of other people to "the other side". Wake up Michael, you're better than this.)
The "Paranormal Dream Team" page states this in the "About This Project" section:
Leaders in their field, this team of experts will explain the unexplainable and have fun doing it. Often putting their lives on the line to get scientific proof of the the existence of the paranormal, these explorers will bring you the latest in scientific evidence from around the world.The project, on Kickstarter, was seeking $20,000 in funding for the project to get off the ground but, shortly after Sarnia Skeptic posted the following comment on the site, the project was canceled by the creator.
For their first expedition, they will travel 20,000 miles to bring you proof of the existence of extraterrestrials and UFOs.
A double strike against our "Paranormal Dream Team". I guess they failed to predict that it would be a massive failure. Not even a single dollar was contributed (Sarnia Skeptic told me that he had planned on donating $1 to it but when he returned today, it was canceled).
Robbie Thomas is not psychic, has never solved a missing persons or murder case using his claimed psychic powers and, until he produces evidence to the contrary, any claims that he has should be considered lies.