Psychic detective thinks missing Titanic sub tourists drifted way off course

A 'psychic detective' who has located missing persons in the past reckons the Titanic tourist submersible has drifted way off course.

The OceanGate Explorations sub 'Titan' lost communication with its mothership in the Atlantic on Sunday (June 18). The expedition had set off from Newfoundland, Canada.

The five passengers onboard are thought to be OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush, British billionaire explorer Hamish Harding, Prince's Trust board member Shahzada Dawood, his son Sulaiman Dawood, and French explorer Paul-Henri Nargeolet.

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Titan was lost roughly one hour and 45 minutes into its two-hour descent to the shipwreck.

German clairvoyant Michael Schneider has now given his verdict on where rescue teams, who searched an area "about the size of Connecticut" overnight, ought to be looking.

The self-described seer claims to have solved at least 25 missing persons cases since he started aiding investigations on a voluntary basis in 2006.

Explaining how he works, he previously told the Daily Star: "I look at a photo of the missing person or animal and ask myself to God whether the creature is dead or alive and get an answer through my inner voice that is almost always correct."

He then consults a map and deduces a location.

Schneider told the Daily Star today he pinpointed a location for Titan roughly 62miles north-east from the Titanic wreck. Connecticut is roughly 110miles from east to west and 70miles from north to south.

He also said he thinks the vessel is around 3,800m deep "at a depth of the seabed there" – the same as the Titanic.

The clairvoyant was keen to emphasise: "I don't want to be a know-it-all and in this case I think the technology of the US Coast Guard is crucial.

"Seers are just accessories – for some as annoying as mosquitoes, for others a possibly additionally helpful straw."

In one of his most well-documented cases, Schneider provided coordinates for a woman who went missing in Padenstedt, Germany, in 2021. She was found just 235m from where he said, as reported by JV.

He pinpointed exactly where couple Peter Neumair and Laura Perselli would be found after they vanished from their home in Bolzano, Italy, in January 2021.

The Daily Star previously reported how German authorities investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann had conversations with Schneider.

This afternoon the US Coast Guard announced it was deploying vehicles capable of searching underwater in the Atlantic after huge efforts last night failed to locate Titan.

It has been reported that a British firm with a high-tech vehicle capable of saving the submersible is being blocked by the US government from aiding the rescue mission.

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