A Psychic Account of Murder: Volume 1, Story 3

The Keddie Murders

Glenna Susan
"Sue" Sharp 
John Steven
Sharp
Tina Lynn Sharp
Dana Hall
Wingate

Almost 40 years have passed and this quadruple homicide remains unsolved. Glenna "Sue" Sharp, 36; her son John, 15; and John's friend Dana Wingate, 17; were all viciously slain on the evening of April 11, 1981.  Sue's twelve-year-old daughter Tina was missing from the scene. Tina's remains were discovered exactly 3 years later in a remote campsite approximately 100 miles from where she was taken. 

In every case that I am called to work, I learn something new about life, about death, about myself & about God

This case taught me how God can Love a serial killer... and in that process, I came to a Deeper Understanding of just how much God Loves Us All

Cold case investigators are convinced that two men, Martin Smart and his friend, John Boubede are responsible. Both men lived next door to Sue Sharp and her children at the time. There is much speculation in this case; their theory is based on a missing hammer and a letter written by Martin that is perceived to be a confession. 

 

However, there is no solid evidence to support this theory.

That is because it simply isn't true. 

The killers' identities were revealed to me in 2013. I have reported this information to cold case investigators both times the case was re-opened. They refused to follow the lead. The Keddie murders were a random crime at the hands of two men.  One of these men is one of the most notorious serial killers in history, Richard Ramirez, The Night Stalker. With him was a man named, Jimmy Johnson, I believe I am being told that he is Richard's cousin. It's my understanding that he is from the Grass Valley area.

 

And now, I invite you on a journey... what you are

about to read is my personal psychic account

of the Keddie Murders.

It was a crisp but sunny November day in 2013.  I was driving east on Highway 70 through the scenic Feather River Canyon.  It's a breathtakingly beautiful but eerie drive through the Sierra-Nevada landscape.  I am on my way to the remote mountain community called Keddie and the location where Cabin 28 once stood. The cabin that Sue Sharp and her five children called home. The place where Sue Sharp, 36; her son John, 15; and his friend Dana Wingate, 17; were viciously taunted for hours and then violently murdered.  Sue's daughter Tina, 12; witnessed it all before she was then taken from the scene by one of the two killers. Tina was not murdered that nite. Her fate was far worse than that of her mother, brother, and Dana. Tina's remains were found exactly three years to the day of the murders, in a butte County campsite, approximately 100 miles from Keddie and cabin 28.

 

As I followed the winding two-lane highway I could feel the psychic energy building the closer I came to my destination. My senses are heightened, I am calm, but alert, adrenaline pulsing like pins and needles; I am meeting seven other healers at the site. (the other parties involved wish to remain anonymous)  I had been to Keddie once before, eight years earlier. God asked me to go, and while I was there He explained to me that I would need to go back one day to ground and clear the energy at the site so that He could get the victims back Home.  The lower density imprint left behind at the scene needed to be raised so that the souls of Sue, John, Dana, and Tina could elevate out of the third dimension. Because of the extreme and prolonged trauma involved in their deaths, their souls were not able to vibrate as high as it is necessary to begin their journey Home. This means that both earthly and Heavenly intercession was necessary; grounding, clearing, and psychic communication is needed. This is called Soul Retrieval work. It is my favorite work out of all that I do. It's the hardest work, but as it goes, it is also the most rewarding, in the saddest ways.

I can see the sign for Keddie ahead on the highway. My consciousness is now noticeably heightened.  As I slow down to make a left hand turn into the remote mountain community,  I am pulled by Spirit to another place in time.  Its April 11, 1981.  I see a Trans Am driving on the highway. I believe it's black with white racing stripes. There are two men in their late 20's or early 30's and I can smell the odor of cigarettes, they are smoking Marlboro Reds, I see the box. ACDC is on the radio, Back In Black plays in the background. The driver, more clean-cut, with shorter, dark blonde hair and a mustache, I hear the name Jimmy Johnson and I am told he resides in Grass Valley, CA. There are two boys in the back seat and I can feel that they are very uneasy. They were hitchhiking home from Quincy and they took this ride. Soon after getting into the car, they wished they hadn't. I believe the boys could sense the evil within both men. I am now shown the face of the man in the passenger seat and without any doubt whatsoever, I know that the person I am seeing is Richard Ramirez, the notorious serial killer known as The Night Stalker. Sue, John and Dana were his first victims. Jimmie Sue Smith of Lubbock, TX would be his next. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Richard & Jimmy were on their way back from a drug run in Reno, NV.  State Route 70, also the Feather River Scenic Byway, is a mostly two-lane, sometimes 4-lane mountain highway that cuts through the Sierra-Nevada landscape between Highway 99 out of North Sacramento and U.S. Route 395 at Hallelujah Junction. It is a popular alternative route to Interstate 80 if one is traveling to Reno, Nevada. The Biggest Little City in The World, is a major drug-hub and in 1981, Reno was also home to some of the biggest methamphetamine producers in the U.S. Richard Ramirez made more than one trip to Reno to buy drugs. On the eve of April 11, 1981 he was on his way back from one of these trips. He and Jimmy traveled on Highway 70.  I feel strongly that they are heading back to Grass Valley. The Feather River Byway (70) would be the most direct route and as fate would have it, it took both men and that black TransAm to Quincy, CA where they cross paths with boys, John Sharp and Dana Wingate.  The two had hitchhiked into town earlier in the day to meet with friends and to attend a party. John and Dana were best friends, just average kids who were well-liked and who had been out that day to have a little fun, and yes, some partying and recreation were involved.  The boys were now making their way back to Keddie. Dana was staying the nite with the Sharp's. It was common at that time for locals to hitch a ride from Quincy to one of the several mountain communities in the area.  A black TransAm stops to pick up the boys. The boys get in the back seat and almost immediately feel uneasy with the two men in the car.  Both the driver and the passenger are asking a lot of questions; Who do you live with? How many brothers and sisters? etc.  The driver is intently studying John and Dana in the rearview mirror. It was a long and intense six miles to the cabin. The boys are relieved when the TransAm pulls off the highway, stopping on the shoulder of the road, the passenger door opens and for now, John and Dana are free.  Taking a shortcut, the two head down the embankment from the highway, across a small creek and through the pines to the front door of cabin 28.  It is around 10pm, it is a cool spring evening and the boys had not been in the cabin long enough to have taken their jackets off yet when there was a knock on the front door. John opens the door and terror fills his soul...

The two men who just gave him and Dana a ride were in his living room shouting orders....  (Story cont.)

A composite sketch of the suspects in this case as
described by Justin Smart an eyewitness at the scene.
Justin, just a child, witnessed the murders.
Richard Ramirez Notorious Serial Killer known as the Nightstalker

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