JACKSON, Miss. – A group created for the purpose of finding missing persons across the country has concluded the first phase of its’ investigation of the whereabouts of missing Madison County toddler Myra Lewis.
“I have all the information that I need and will extract all the information that police can use,” said Find Me Group Founder and CEO Kelly Snyder. The information was gathered after providing a picture of Myra to 154 psychics and asking them if she is alive, and where is she located. About 40 to 50 responded. Snyder was finalizing his report to Madison County investigators Friday morning. “It should go out today.”
Myra has been missing nearly eight months now. News Mississippi, in a exclusive interview, asked Snyder, if she could be found alive based on what he knows? “I don’t want to give false hope to the family; but believe me there is information in the report to suggest that. But I just don’t want to give false hope, because right now, no one knows the answer to that question” Snyder replied.
Snyder earlier talked with the investigator who will get the report and said he seemed receptive. “All I ask is to at least read the report, see if any of it makes sense to them.” If police request additional help from the Find Me Group, Snyder said they could send a 10 member team to Mississippi, including at least three dogs and their handlers. Once getting an official request for help, the Find Me Group could be in Mississippi in as little as five days or as long as two months, depending on the availability of resources and volunteers.
Find Me Group provides its’ help at no cost to families of the missing. And Snyder said their search dogs are certified through 2,000 hours of training and have a 100% success rate in locating missing persons, in their search grid.
For more information on Find Me Group, or to donate to their search efforts, visit them at FindMeGroup.org.