Nancy du Tertre is a magna cum laude graduate of Princeton University (awarded best thesis prize on French poet/philosopher Paul Valéry). She graduated with honors and as a published member of the Law Review of Pace Law School (article on corporate greenmail securities laws) and was also the editor of the law school newspaper. She has owned and operated an award-winning health industry newspaper in New York, a printing company, and a 242-bed skilled nursing home. As an attorney, she practiced securities litigation at a New York law firm for nearly a decade before taking over the U.S. operations of a family-owned French porcelain factory.
Nancy was apprenticed to a famous psychic detective for nearly a decade, studied with numerous British and American mediums and Russian medical intuitives. Known as “The Skeptical Psychic,” Nancy is a practicing psychic detective working with law enforcement and victim’s families, spiritual medium, medical intuitive, trained in advanced military-style CRV remote viewing, and paranormal investigator. Nancy also trained for roughly 15 years and is certified in Intuitive Gestalt Psychotherapy from the SomaPsyche Institute in New York.
She teaches workshops, is a frequent media guest, and has been a guest lecturer around the country on topics ranging from remote viewing, psychic detective work, securities/corporate law, environmentalism, the history of porcelain, mediumship, paranormal investigations, health care policy, to ufology.
Nancy was also the host of her own CBS radio show, “Hot Leads Cold Cases,” for nearly four years, from 2010-2014, and interviewed some of the world’s top neuroscientists, psychics, mediums, ufologists, parapsychologists, astrobiologists, physicists, FBI and CIA officials, mind control experts, health care experts, and other researchers. She was also a weekly guest on a Sacramento news radio program delivering weekly predictions about current events. She has been a guest on hundreds of internet and broadcast radio shows, including “Coast-to-Coast with George Noory,” and television.
In 2013, Nancy founded and organized a local three-city grassroots environmental organization that successfully fought a Walmart/Target/K-Mart real estate developer from destroying the last 27 acres of woodland in a large neighboring New Jersey city. Nancy is also a mayoral appointee with a seat on the local government Planning Board.
Nancy is the author of several books: an award-winning new science non-fiction work called “Psychic Intuition: Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask But Were Afraid to Know” (2012); the co-written memoirs of a New York City homicide detective “Behind Criminal Minds” (2011); and an art history book entitled “The Art of the Limoges Box” (2003). Her latest book, “How to Talk to an Alien,” will be available in the fall of 2015. Her websites are www.theskepticalpsychic.com and www.talkalien.com. She has also has numerous active social media accounts, including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
Dr. Angela Smith’s primary qualifications were in nursing and social work in the U.K. She emigrated to the U.S. in 1981 where she worked in medical research in New Jersey and volunteered with a psi research group: the Psychophysical Research Laboratories (PRL), until being hired by the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory. The five fascinating years working at PEAR preceded a move to Las Vegas NV to work as Mr. Robert Bigelow’s Research Coordinator. In the mid-1990s, while studying for her Ph.D., she also trained with Paul Smith and Lyn Buchanan (two of the ex-Stargate military remote viewers). Since then she has been training others in remote viewing, consulting in the U.S. and abroad, and writing.