Psychics Work With Police to Solve Cold Cases

Producer Stephen Hansen's 'Missing Peace' television program solves actual cold case files using investigators and psychics. New TV show makes its debut online.

Producer Stephen Hansen created the new television program "Missing Peace" ( as a reality series that would solve cold cases by having investigators work with psychics. The result is a show that plays like fictional television, and yet it's real. "Missing Peace" is now available for viewing online.

In both of the first two episodes of "Missing Peace," new case-altering data has been discovered and presented to the families of the victims. "For them, it seemed like nothing short of a miracle," comments Hansen.

"Many law enforcement agencies simply don't have the manpower to cover cases individually," said investigative team member Bobby Brown, of "Dog the Bounty Hunter" fame. Brown, a retired police officer, has worked for the past 30+ years with federal agencies such as the FBI. His fellow investigator, Steve Pease, former Chief of Major Crimes in Colorado, flex the law muscle on the "Missing Peace" team.

"I'm proud to be part of a group that actually makes a difference on TV," added psychic/medium Danielle Egnew. Egnew, who co-anchors "Haunted Playground" on LA Talk Radio, has worked nine cases with law enforcement prior to her inclusion in the "Missing Peace" cast. Completing the psychic team are Cherokee-born clairvoyant Christa McDermont and empath Brian Hunter. "We're a triad," says McDermont, "and it works brilliantly."

The latest episode, posted on April 11 for online viewing at the show's official website, features jaw-dropping new case information uncovered while on the Norma Lopez case, centered in Moreno Valley, CA. Sergeant Joseph Borja, Public Information Officer at the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, was open to the assistance of the "Missing Peace" team, whose startling on-camera findings were in the process of being subpoenaed when offered to the Sheriff's Department by the production team.

Findings by the psychic team merited the summoning of the Riverside Country CSI to a select formerly-unidentified location. Statements were taken from the psychics by Detective Sergeant Scott Brown and Detective Brett Seckinger from Riverside County Central Homicide Unit -- a non-traditional move by law enforcement.

The public is encouraged to submit cold cases to the "Missing Peace" team through the website, where cases are personally reviewed by series creator Hansen.

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