ON THE NIGHT OF 30 DECEMBER 2020, AMY SCHULKINS LEFT HOME AND NEVER RETURNED.

Information I was given after my initial session on 25 February. 36 years old. Missing from Caboolture - left home 11pm 30/12/20. Visited Burpengarry and house in Caboolture South. Driving White Nissan Patrol.

Found: 20 August-ish 2021. The only information I could find of precise location was 50m to the right of the Spinnaker Boat Ramp, Bribie Island, her white Nissan Patrol submerged in 4m of water.

Today is 1 November 2021, I am on holidays and have finally found the time to sit and have a look back at my notes on this missing person's case. I am always looking to refine my intuitive detective skills and have been awaiting the time I can look back at my notes to continue to learn, refine and hone my craft. I didn’t invest a lot of time in this search as I wasn’t employed by family or authorities to do so, but rather a friend of Amy’s who also was interested to learn more how to do this work. It is an essential part of working in this intuitive detective field to learn how your senses show up for you, how you can hone and refine, how you can ask questions in a more relevant way, etc. This is why I like to go back through some of these cases when I can to know where I could have worked differently or what actually did work well. There are many dots that join up as I look back on this in terms of location. As for the “foul play”, that has not been confirmed and we may never know. I am more interested in sharpening the actual search tool so that part I’d probably be more curious than interested to hear about.

Always remember to DESCRIBE and never name something; eg, there is a large expanse of grass, not a park or football field. Never assume!

These are my findings from the sessions I worked on earlier this year and comments post Amy being found. I have my own process for working with missing animals and people. It is very systematic and structured. The information below isn’t outlined in the way I chicken scratch it on a page, but it’s much easier to read!!

TAKE ME TO THE CASE NOTES, I'D LIKE TO READ MORE.