Dream number 12598 15 January 2020 3 psychic prediction
Dulce Alavez case, numbers and more (this case is getting serious, and I'm pretty sure misleading information and doubt is preventing a real search for this little girl. Dulce needs to found now!! I can't stress this enough...please do let this case end like the Harley Dilly search..search the area again!!
This could have been prevented if this exact area was searched again...the area I said to look in was less than 1 square kilometer! The dream even shows which chimney to look in.
see more about this case here:
The location of this dream is not too far from where Dulce went missing. I will be updating this case daily at...
and YES this is basically a psychic reading...but please don't let your skepticism trump an open mind in the search for Dulce. I also think her mother has nothing at all to do with her disappearance and doubt and judgment are hampering her daughter's search (in fact I think it disgusting...imagine is this was your child? Yes, I may have a mental disorder, but I'm rarely wrong when I have dreams like these
I should have a map posted tomorw...and if Dulice is not found in the next few days. I ask my friend Psychic Gale Saint John to help me actually psychically search for Dulce.
Many may know Gale from the TV Show Psychic Detectives, or as a panel member on CNN and CNN H New's Nancy Grace. She is a psychic that is also a search dog owner and trainer. We have been friends for over 10 years now if anyone can help find
Gale's bio page
On a Monday afternoon in September 2019, a 5-year-old girl was playing in a Bridgeton, New Jersey, park with her younger brother while her mother sat in a car nearby with another relative.
Within minutes, Dulce Maria Alavez was gone.
It's been four months since Dulce was last seen, reward money for any information leading to her safe return increased to $75,000 and the girl's mother, Noema Alavez Perez, suspects that an unidentified"old friend" may be the abductor.
Despite a lack of answers, family, friends and community supporters have not given up hope to find Dulce.
MORE: Mom of missing 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez says 'old friend' may have taken her
Shortly after Dulce's disappearance, the "DULCE MARIA ALAVEZ COMMUNITY SEARCH & SUPPORT" private Facebook group started an online campaign to spread national awareness of her case.
The "Help Bring Dulce Maria Alavez Home" public Facebook group has shared the campaign on their page as well as continued search and rescue efforts organized by other community groups.
The most recent search was on Jan. 11 and 12.
Here's where Dulce's case started:
Monday, Sept. 16:
Dulce was seen on surveillance video getting ice cream at a store with Perez, her 3-year-old brother and an 8-year-old relative. Around 4 p.m., they went to Bridgeton City Park, where Dulce played with her brother as Perez was in a car with the other child. At some point, the little brother returned to the car without Dulce and Perez couldn't find her. Perez, 19, called the police.
Tuesday, Sept. 17:
An Amber Alert is issued as the FBI and Perez described a man -- about 5-foot-6 inches tall and wearing orange sneakers, red pants and a black shirt -- who police said may have led Dulce from the playground to a red van with a sliding door and tinted windows.
MORE: Amber Alert issued for 5-year-old girl who police say was lured into a van
Wednesday, Sept. 18 to Tuesday, Sept. 24:
Family and members of the community organize prayer vigils as reward money for any information leading to the identification or conviction of a suspect grows to $35,000. Federal investigators got in touch with Dulce's father, who lives in Mexico, and added Dulce to its most-wanted missing persons list, according to WPVI.
Monday, Sept. 30:
Perez speaks out for the first time at a press conference while holding Dulce's favorite toy.
MORE: 'You can't imagine what we are going through': Family awaits answers in desperate search for missing 5-year-old girl Dulce Maria Alavez
"She's just an innocent girl. She's just 5 years old. She doesn't know nothing of the world that we know," Perez said.
New Jersey State Police
An Amber Alert has been issued for Dulce Maria Alavez, 5, in Bridgeton, N.J.An Amber Alert has been issued for Dulce Maria Alavez, 5, in Bridgeton, N.J.
New Jersey State Police
Thursday, Oct. 3:
Perez's 911 call was released.
"Um, I can't find my daughter," said Perez, according to local affiliate WPVI. "We were there at the park ... and people say that somebody ... probably somebody took her."
Wednesday, Oct. 9:
The reward money increased to $52,000.
MORE: Search for Dulce Maria Alavez continues 2 months after she vanished from a New Jersey playground
Tuesday, Oct. 15:
A sketch is released of a possible witness, who was allegedly at the park at the time Dulce went missing, but investigators have yet to find that person.
Friday, Dec. 6:
Perez did a sit-down interview on the "Dr. Phil" show where she revealed her suspicions of an "old friend" who may have kidnapped Dulce.
Sunday, Jan. 5 and 6:
Community organizers passed around flyers of Dulce during a "Citizen Search" and "Citizen March" in Bridgeton.