Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Robbie Thomas is about to be $2000 richer

If you believe that Robbie Thomas has psychic powers, the title of this blog just has to be true. Remember that case that Robbie Thomas advertised at all his shows, spoke about on all the radio programs and featured in a number of his newspaper interviews? The one that many people suspected was solved - after all why would he be bragging about solving crimes with psychic powers and be featuring a case that he didn't solve? Yes, the Karen Caughlin case.

Suppose you believe psychic powers exist.
Suppose you believe that psychics can solve missing persons and murder cases.
Suppose that you believe Robbie Thomas' claims that he is successful in his supposed business of psychic criminal profiling.
Now, explain to me why a psychic who is supposedly successful would pick and promote, as his primary example of his skills, a case that is still not solved.

In case you haven't seen it, the Caughlin family has spoken out about Robbie's abuses and lies. The link also has some images showing Robbie's countless claims of involvement in the case.

Robbie Thomas is a liar and he is not psychic. His actions towards the Caughlin family and others shows that he is also a heartless asshole - and I say that with more respect than he is due.

Send email an email to and ask him what he's going to do with the $2,000. Let him know that we sent you. You might, also, want to ask him what happened to the CrimeStoppers logos on his websites (Hint: He lied about being a sponsor of two different CrimeStoppers organizations and he was required to remove their logos. His rewording on his site is his attempt to pretend that he isn't the big lying piece of shit that we know him to be.)

Friday, March 4, 2011

Inside Edition Investigates Psychic Detectives

You don't want to miss this video/story!

John and JoAnn Lowitzer have been searching for their 17-year-old daughter Alexandria (Ali) since she vanished in April, 2010.

But when the case made national news, the Houston parents say they became inundated with calls from so-called psychic detectives. They say some even showed up at their front door promising their psychic visions could help bring their daughter home.

"He guaranteed me that he'd find Ali in three days. I mean what parent wouldn't be excited to hear that you were going to have your daughter home in three days?" said JoAnn.

Mark Klaas, whose daughter Polly was abducted and killed more than 20 years ago, warns families to avoid psychics, saying they prey on the desperate and send police on one wild goose chase after another.

"They descend like vultures," he told INSIDE EDITION. "Never in the history of the world has a psychic solved a missing child case. Never."

But countless psychic crime fighters like Portland, Oregon clairvoyant Laurie McQuary claim they've helped solve hundreds of missing person cases.

McQuary says she has been in the psychic detective business for over 30 years.

See the video and read more.

Hat tip to RealityinSarnia.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Welcome to

On this site you will find a number of blog entries that speak about claimed psychics, the harm they do and the lies they tell.  The links section will send you to sites that speak about police and 'psychics', missing children organizations and a number of other relevant items.  For many of the "bloggers" on this site, Robbie Thomas is a local/homegrown non-psychic and, for that reason, this blog does have a lot of information specifically about Robbie Poulton/Robbie Thomas and the harm that he does.

We encourage you to read through the blog entries (scroll down and use the menu on the right hand side), check out the links and learn more about 'psychics' and Robbie Thomas.  For starters, here are some things that you might be interested in:
  • Imagine being told your child is still alive after they are brutally murdered: Robbie (Poulton) Thomas tells Tori Stafford's family that their abducted little girl is alive and will return home safely (on April 13, 2009).  Her body is recovered July 19, 2009 and we now know that she was murdered 5 days before Robbie told the family she was still alive. (More...)
  • Making blatantly false claims and then suggesting the police are incompetent: On December 7, 2007, John Ramses (who has since ditched and exposed Robbie) put out a "press release" that states: "medium Robbie Thomas is asking why Caesar Aguilar-Cano was left to die by the hands of a known child abuser after Thomas had provided accurate details to police and news networks as to Cano's whereabouts only two days after the child went missing."  These claims are false - Robbie Thomas did not provide accurate information (discussed here) and the suggestion that the police failed to act is an absurd and abhorrent one. 
  • What if someone promised to you that your pain would soon end only to have that very person use and abuse you? In June of 2005, Robbie Thomas tells the family of a local murder victim that their case would be solved within 6 months.  The case, to this day, remains unsolved.  The family has spoken out about Robbie Thomas.  If that wasn't enough, he made disparaging remarks about the family on a radio program and has used pictures and information relating to their murdered sister/family member to promote himself.
  • A family suffers a devastating loss and someone enters the picture to make it even worse: A family loses 10 family members to what is clearly ruled as an accidental house fire from the ash of a cigarette but, when Robbie visits, he tells the family that it was not an accident and that it was intentionally set.  (If that were the case, the presence of an accelerant would have been noticed by the investigation.  Robbie is simply making things up and ruining a family as a result.)
  • Robbie has claimed involvement in the Natalee Holloway case (still not solved).
  • Robbie has claimed involvement in the Casey/Caylee Anthony case (was not solved by any 'psychic').
  • 100% failure rate: Robbie Thomas claims that he has been involved in "Psychic Criminal Profiling" for 20+ years.  To this date, he has solved 0 cases using his claimed psychic powers.
There are thousands of unsolved missing persons and murder cases.  Psychics clearly don't exist or this would not be the case.  Robbie Thomas is not psychic (nobody is) and any claims otherwise are either lies whether the person making the claim believes it or not.  The harm that is being done by 'psychics' is real and this site is our small attempt at trying to protect innocent victims from being re-victimized by 'psychics' - this is especially important because it is at times when they are most vulnerable and open to abuse.

Blog entries on this site that we think you shouldn't miss:

Links about 'psychics' and missing persons/murder cases and the police:

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Robert Lancaster of Stop Sylvia Browne ( gets radio show

Here is the announcement from Robert's wife, Susan:
Hi there Everybody.

Robert has reached a new phase of his work as a 'skeptic.' Since about 2001, he has been joining message boards and chat rooms online which support various aspects of the paranormal in an attempt to discover what makes a 'believer' believe. He has been 'bridging the gap' between belief and skepticism with kindness and respect, which has earned him the trust of many believers, even though they know he doesn't agree with them. Some have dubbed him 'the nice skeptic' or 'the respectful skeptic.' He found an online radio station called Para-X and has ingratiated himself into their community of psychics, ghost hunters and the like. He has been interviewed on a few shows on the station in the last several weeks. Due to his winning style of discussion, he has been given a time slot on the station - a station devoted to the paranormal - in which to do a show about his skepticism on various paranormal topics. It's called The Resident Skeptic, and it airs on Saturdays at 7pm Eastern time, which is 4pm Pacific, for one hour, beginning March 5th, 2011.

Click on the link below to listen to the show, or whatever show is on at the time of your visit. When the page and chat room load, scroll down the list on the left side of the page and click on the link Resident Skeptic to see the info page about the show. (

The owner of the station, and guy who gave Robert the time slot, said he thought the show would become enough of a hit that it may even get picked up by their 'parent' station, CBS Radio. That remains to be seen. But this is indeed a new phase of his outreach efforts to find common ground with believers for the purpose of discussions about the paranormal. Hope you have the chance to give a listen.

Much love, Susan
For those who aren't familiar, R.S. Lancaster is the creator of (and - the site that inspired  We are excited about his new show and hope that it brings the skeptical message to a wider audience (he's bringing it to their doorstep by being a part of

Congratulations Robert!