She said, and I quote,:
The info you post on your Small TOwn site is no rightAs I have seen Robbie reference the 20 years as well, I will see about getting the counter updated on my site. 0 solved cases in 20 years, however, doesn't make Robbie look better than 0 solved cases in 18 years.
Robbie has working with police but their not allowed to talk about cases
robbie has been doing this for more then 20 yrs get your facts straight
To reiterate, Robbie Thomas (self-proclaimed psychic in Sarnia) has solved 0 murder or missing persons cases using claimed psychic powers. For him to claim otherwise, one would have to assume he is either mentally ill or lying.
For more information on Robbie Thomas, visit http://www.stoprobbie.com/ or http://www.stoprobbiethomas.com/.
Robbie's New Event
If you haven't heard, Robbie is doing another event (he changes the name of the event every year), "canamaparafest" - and this time we're not going to miss it :)
In case you haven't checked out Robbie's new website (new again!), he has the new 'fest' advertised: (The stupid, it burns.)
In case you can't read the ad, here it is:
Robbie's Book & Book Reviews
I've mentioned Robbie's book reviews on this site before but I thought I should update you. I've received emails from 2 people who posted a review of his book (one of the people ACTUALLY has it and is going to send it to me - the other person has read it but I promised I wouldn't explain anything more than that). Their reviews were removed from the Borders site because someone complained.
There are 6 reviews that remain on the Borders website - all positive, all 5 stars and all written with the same level of (il)literacy of Robbie Thomas (I'm not saying he wrote them all - just that the people who supposedly like his books have a limited grasp of the English language). Each of the 6 reviews are the ONLY reviews each reviewer has written and they are written on the same day they created an account on Borders.com.
You, too, can go to http://www.borders.com/ (Go straight to Robbie's crappy attempt at being an author), create an account today, log in, claim to be anyone you want from anywhere you want and post a review. Yes, it is that simple - you don't have to buy the book you're reviewing, even. I'm not suggesting that you stoop to the level that Robbie Thomas (who is not psychic) would go (ie. create a fake review) but if you want to log on to Borders to post a review that suggests that all the reviews are fake or if you want to report the current reviews as apparent fakes - that's up to you :)