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    John Catchings is a psychic from Oregon who has helped police in solving several cases. In 1982, one month after pizza delivery driver Sherry Eyerly vanished, John awoke from a sound sleep and he saw a woman standing at the foot of the bed, and he believed that there was some message that the woman was trying to give to him.

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