Psychic detective  

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A psychic detective is defined as a person who investigates crimes by using their claimed paranormal psychic abilities. A number of people claim they have psychic abilities that have allowed them to assist police in solving kidnapping and murder cases, or locating a corpse. Police departments generally state that they do not use psychics in police investigations, or do not keep records regarding such activity.

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