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Unexplained Cases | Case of the Psychic Attack

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 2/25/21 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 


A woman reaches out to Maryam for help with what she describes as a psychic attack. She recalls getting into bed and feeling a strong electric sensation from head to toe and the air turned ice cold. As she balled herself up for warmth, she was punched twice in the gut. As she struggled to stop everything -- the cold, the punching, her teeth chattering -- the attack ended. Several years later, she had surgeries to remove cancer and believes the psychic attack is connected with her cancers. Are they connected? Was she attacked and by whom? Watch live as answers are revealed and for live pick-a-card and psychic readings. "Floating Thoughts" composed by Music Of Wisdom - Licensed from https://meditationmusiclibrary.com/
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