'Madison Mogen was the target': Psychic makes eerie claims about University of Idaho murders
MOSCOW, IDAHO: A well-known psychic has made some eerie claims about the Idaho murder scene, including that Madison Mogen was the target of the horror killing which took the lives of Ethan Chapin, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Mogen, 21. Psychic Reverend Donna Seraphina showed in her YouTube video the reading she had done to locate the possible suspect in the murders of the four Idaho college students. At the start of the video, Donna introduces herself, saying that she has obtained her bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and studied extensively with the world's strongest psychic mediums.
The screen then goes dark and Donna makes some revelations, apparently using her spirit communication abilities. Donna revealed that the suspect, who she believes is a boy, might have entered through the sliding door on the back of the house, adding that the suspect was familiar with the house, as if he visited it a couple of times in the past. She also claimed the suspect is much older than the slain students and could be either Italian or Hispanic. "The suspect looks like David Paulini and he really loves blood,” Donna revealed in her video.
Throughout the video, Donna claimed to uncover multiple clues, such as the suspect being present at the food truck, and that he has no connection to the university, and has black hair. However, her most shocking claim was that the suspect might be working close to Maddie’s restaurant (Mad Greek) address 212 S, which might even belong to his family, she claims.
The claims come at a time when the investigation is yet to zero in on a suspect, a weapon, or a motive. Earlier, during a news conference, Moscow Police Department said that the Detectives have so far conducted 90 interviews after going through 646 leads. They are looking for doorbell, cell phone, and surveillance footage taken between 3 am and 6 am on the morning of the murder in the vicinity of the home, approximately half a block from campus. Meanwhile, anyone with information about the crime or a tip, or information about a suspicious person in the area is asked to call 208-883-7180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.