Jason Zuk and Megan Sage Review Cases Involving Missing People
Jason and Megan discuss cases involving missing children and adults with the hopes of increasing awareness of this important topic. On average, approximately 90,000 people are missing in the USA at a given time. The first 12-24 hours are usually the most critical in an active missing person’s investigation. The longer it takes to report a missing person to the authorities an open an active investigation, the less likely a positive outcome will occur. For children, the first three hours are especially critical. If someone you know goes missing, you should call 911 and report it to the police immediately. There are mixed feelings regarding the use of psychics and intuitives concerning these types of cases. Any information obtained from a psychic should be viewed only as an investigative tool and should not replace sound investigative techniques. Join us for our first episode.