“Her four year old had somehow disappeared and she couldn’t find him.”
I was ten or eleven at the time, and something happened that day that I will never forget.
I was with my friend Les walking to a local park for a pick up game of basketball when a woman rushed out of a nearby apartment building. She was frantic and running here and there, all the while yelling, “Jimmy, Jimmy, where are you?”
We stopped and looked around, hoping we’d see the person she was looking for. We went over to her and asked what was wrong and she said her four year old had somehow disappeared and she couldn’t find him.
At first we walked up and down the street looking in doorways, doing everything we could to find her little boy. But then Les said he thought he knew where Jimmy was hiding.
He went over to the woman who was beside herself with fear and Les asked her if she had a friend in the building who Jimmy knew. When the woman nodded, Les said with an air of certainty, that’s where he is, I’m sure.
The woman looked at him and rushed inside. A few minutes later she came out of the building holding her son in her arms. She rushed up to Les and gave him a big kiss on the cheek and asked how he knew.
Les shrugged and said he didn’t know why but he could see in his mind where her little boy was.
Les and I are still in touch after all these years. He is a financial advisor and says his telepathic instincts help him understand his clients better as well as helping him predict the trends of the marketplace.