Psychic aiding in 1970s cold case disappearance

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PHOENIX –  A Phoenix family has tried every avenue available to find clues into the disappearance of a 6-year-old back in 1974. They’ve even consulted with a psychic.

That psychic said the family is close to discovering what happened 41 years ago.

The disappearance of 6-year-old Gary Ray Hose has baffled his brother, Guy Hose, for years. However, a new lead suggests the boy’s body may be at the family’s home, possibly buried in concrete.

Guy Hose said he and his brothers were subjected to abuse at the hands of their parents.

“I got my share of abuse, but it was not a fraction compared to what those two endured,” he said.

Guy Hose was referring to his brothers, Gerry and Gary Hose. They were twins.

The family moved away from their home when Guy Hose was 8 years old. It wasn’t until the 1990s that Guy Hose began looking into what happened to Gary Hose.

Police searched the home but found nothing. Within the last few weeks, detectives searched the home again. Again, they didn’t turn anything up.

“They could be missing something. I feel that,” Guy Hose said.

Guy Hose has met with Debra Martin, a psychic based in Scottsdale.

“You know, when concrete is poured, they would make sure that it is smooth. I’m seeing this as if it is rough,” Martin said.

Guy Hose said that when his family moved from their home, he asked his parents where his brother was. He said his parents told him to never mention his brother again.

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