Who Was Peter Herkos?


Peter Hurkos is considered by experts to have been the world’s foremost psychic. Born May 21, 1911, in Dordrecht, Holland (died June1, 1988 in Los Angeles, CA), he acquired his psychic gift in 1941 after falling from a ladder and suffering a brain injury. He was in a coma for three days at the Zuidwal Hospital. Upon regaining consciousness, he discovered he had developed an ability to pierce the barriers that separate the past, present and future. With stunning accuracy, he was able to see into the unknown.
Hurkos gained worldwide acceptance as a psychic detective, working on cases involving missing planes, persons, and murder victims after his fall. Some of his most illustrious cases were “The Stone of Scone” [London, England], “The Boston Strangler Multiple Murders” [Boston, Massachusetts], “The Missing Thai Silk King, Jim Thompson” [Asia/Thailand], “The Ann Arbor Co-Ed Murders” [Ann Arbor Michigan], and “The Sharon Tate Murders” [Los Angeles, California].

“I see pictures in my mind like a television screen. When I touch something, I can then tell what I see.” – said Peter Hurkos
Decorated as a war hero by Queen Juliana of The Netherlands (there is a statue commemorating Hurkos and seven other Dutch Underground war heroes in the Center Square in Rotterdam). He had been a consultant to every President of the United States from Eisenhower to Reagan.


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