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July 6th 2009, PUSH — A gang of superpowered Paranormal operatives takes you on a white-knuckle thrill
One push can change everything. Their powers make them an endangered
"PUSH explodes into action... It's an ambitious, original effort." —Matt Glasby (Total Film)
"Imaginatively filmed by Peter Sova, PUSH has a dizzying, chaotic energy that pulls you along."
—Jeannette Catsoulis (The New York Times)
A group of young American ex-pats with telekinetic and clairvoyant abilities are hiding from a clandestine U.S.
government agency. They must utilize their different talents and band together for a final job enabling them to
escape the agency forever.
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July 04, 2009 - Police won't rule out Using Psychics in Murder Inquiries...
WA Police chiefs have refused to issue a blanket ban on officers
listening to psychics and using their information.
This is despite the police force's communications director describing mediums as "hocus-pocus'' and
stating "no reputable policing agencies use psychics''.
An exclusive report in the The Sunday
Times last week revealed that detectives working on the Corryn Rayney murder investigation had approached
psychic and author Debbie Malone for help in their hunt for the killer.
They contacted her in September 2008 when she was in Perth for a psychic roadshow.
Malone, one of Australia's most prominent psychics and spirit mediums, claimed to have made unexpected contact with
Mrs Rayney a year after her murder. She has detailed the events in a book Never Alone: A Medium's Journey.
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