Psychic Kids: Teens Investigate Missing Person Case (Season 1 Flashback) | A&E

Psychic Kids: Teens Investigate Missing Person Case (Season 1 Flashback) | A&E

September 11, 2019 17 By William Hollis


I’m Travis. I’ve been having
paranormal experiences since I was seven years old. You see these dark figures, and
they all just kind of gather around your bed, and
you have this sensation of just people staring at you. It just terrifies me. Sometimes it sounds like
the bookshelf has crashed. And we come up here,
and it’s nothing. So I remember one night
I took him out of the car. It’s OK, Trav. Here’s the deal. Something’s going on. You need to tell me. I’m worried. I’m scared. Why are you so afraid? And he could never explain it. TRAVIS: There’s depression. There’s anxiety, panic
attacks, things like that. I felt really isolated. And because you feel like you’re
the only person like that, I didn’t know that
there were other people. I didn’t know what I was. So I feel like I let
him down because maybe I didn’t pry deep enough. TRAVIS: I want to learn
how to deal with my fear. We brought you here
to downtown Columbus to take you to the last place
that Brian Shaffer was seen. I’d like for you all to walk
around, pick up any impressions that you might get. This is one of
Brian’s notebooks. One thing I always recommend
is touching– if you so feel, to touch that building. Touch. Pick that vibration up. Search for that vibration. See if you can take it serious. You’re looking for
a missing person. OK, I’m going to open it up. Talk about what you’re
sensing and feeling right now amongst yourselves
and out loud to us if you’ve got things. There’s a female who knows a
lot more than she’s letting on, I feel like, not talking
for whatever reason. Can you describe her? If I had to describe
first impressions, I would go with, like, a
dirty blind, sandy blond hair. Anything you’re
feeling, Veronica? VERONICA: I just feel like
he was tackled or shoved or grabbed. Physical injury,
physical assault? Yeah. Right. I feel like somebody was
watching him from up there, not being able to control
his physical self. I get the impression, like,
I didn’t come in, stay, leave. I came in. I walked out, was gone
for, I don’t know, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, whatever. I feel like I came back,
like, a second time. OK, you feel like he was
here, left, and returned. TRAVIS: Right. We’re going up to the
top of the escalator. The last time Brian
was ever seen, his image was captured with
this surveillance camera. And the camera shows that he
did actually arrive at 1:15 AM, then leave the bar and come
back out here to the top of the escalators at 1:55 AM. And then he returned
back to the bar. So Travis, you were
absolutely right. He came, he left, and then he
went back into the bar again. But after that, he
was never seen again. He just disappeared. Each of us picked
up some information at an intuitive level. Travis picked up that there
is a blonde female who knows more than she is telling. We felt that there was some
sort of conflict with friends. There was definitely somebody
watching him from the balcony. I just know it. There was a look on
his face of jealousy and bad intent towards your son. And from the balcony, I felt
like he was shoved and injured. There was an intent to harm
and that within the events that took place over that evening,
combined with the jealousy, combined with the anger, it
escalated from that point. It wasn’t supposed to
be as bad as it happened. Got to tell you that– and this is probably
the most difficult thing that I can say– we are not of a consensus
on whether Brian is still with us or in spirit.