He writes of two cases where he helped clients reconnect with ancestors, and solve some family mysteries.
All of this has led me to believe that when used properly, a good psychic medium can become an invaluable resource when researching ones family tree. When you really think about it, it’s incredible … the ability to connect with long lost relatives, discover true causes of death, unravel family mysteries and unearth “skeletons” in the closet.It's conceivable some may not consider psychics one of the 'high quality sources' referenced in the Genealogical Proof Standard. However, while I have only been researching for three years, I can see where a good psychic could be useful.
Would the source be primary, secondary, or derivative?
[image: "Crystal Ball", by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917)]