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Missing Kentucky teen found safe hours after psychics met with cops and predicted where she would be

Missing Kentucky girl, 17, is found safe hours after a group of psychics met with police and accurately predicted where she would be

  • Haylee Martin, 17, was reported missing from Frankfort on January 13 
  • She was located a week later on Friday in neighboring Scott County 
  • Deputies responding to a burglary call found her and a 21-year-old friend trying to break into the friend’s boyfriend’s home
  • Franklin County Sheriff Chris Quire met with a group of local psychics on Thursday night at the home where she was last seen  
  • ‘It’s hard to believe, but most [of the psychics] agreed that we would find Haylee in a neighboring county by morning – and we did,’ the sheriff said
  • Two adults who helped Haylee hide for a week are expected to face charges 

A missing 17-year-old from Kentucky was found safe hours after a group of psychics consulted with police and predicted where she was.  

Haylee Martin was reported missing from Frankfort on January 13 after she disappeared the day before.   

When she still hadn’t been found a week later, Franklin County Sheriff Chris Quire contacted local mediums and asked them to meet on Thursday at the home where she was last seen. 

Quire told the Frankfort State-Journal he was skeptical at first but ‘did not want to leave any stone unturned’.  

 ‘It’s hard to believe, but most [of the psychics] agreed that we would find Haylee in a neighboring county by morning – and we did,’ the sheriff said. 

Haylee Martin, 17, was reported missing from her home in Frankfort, Kentucky on January 13. She was found safe a week later on Friday, hours after a group of psychics met with police and accurately predicted where she would be

Haylee was located on Friday morning in neighboring Scott County when police responding to a burglary call found her and a 21-year-old friend trying to break into the friend’s boyfriend’s home. 

Franklin County Sheriff Chris Quire (pictured) met with local mediums on Thursday at the home where Haylee was last seen

Franklin County Sheriff Chris Quire (pictured) met with local mediums on Thursday at the home where Haylee was last seen

Authorities said Haylee had run away after breaking up with her boyfriend, and that three adults helped her hide for a week. 

Two of those adults, who have not been publicly identified, may face charges for interfering with the missing persons investigation, Quire said. 

After deputies figured out who she was, Haylee was taken to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. 

Social Services then placed her in foster care. 

Quire said she was not sent back to her home because she told investigators she ‘would just run away again’. 

Authorities said Haylee had run away after breaking up with her boyfriend, and that three adults helped her hide for a week. Two of those adults, who have not been publicly identified, are expected to face charges for interfering with the missing persons investigation

Authorities said Haylee had run away after breaking up with her boyfriend, and that three adults helped her hide for a week. Two of those adults, who have not been publicly identified, are expected to face charges for interfering with the missing persons investigation

Haylee had been reported missing by her father just before 5.30am on January 13. 

He told investigators that the Western Hills High School student – who left behind her cellphone – had never run away before.  

Quire said no charges will be filed against Haylee’s father, adding: ‘We are just glad she was found and is safe.’ 

A missing persons poster for Haylee is shown above

A missing persons poster for Haylee is shown above



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