The psychic sisters who assisted in the murder case of Christine Sheddy will appear on Investigation Discovery show "Six Degrees of Murder."
Included in the list of guests discussing Sheddy's death are the Pennsylvania-based, self-proclaimed "Psychic Sisters" Suzanne and Jean Vincent. The sisters claimed to have assisted the police in the
investigation by means of psychic intuition and premonition.
"When I do this, I volunteer, which means I don't charge anyone, family or police, for my time," Suzanne Vincent said.
Vincent stated that Sheddy's mother, Lynn Dodenhoff, had reached out to her after several family members had heard about her assistance in the 2006 murder of Blainesville, Pennsylvania dentist John Yelenic.
"When she had reached out to me, I knew she was gone," Vincent said. "But I also kept getting of two names; "Tia" and a second with a 'J,' Junior or Justin."
In late-2007, Sheddy, then 26, was living with three other people in a farmhouse in Pocomoke City; Justin Hadel, then 17, Tia Lynn Johnson, then 26, and Clarence Butch Jackson, then 33.
Johnson and Jackson were in a relationship together. However, Jackson was also engaged in a sexual relationship with Sheddy. When Jackson refused to take the relationship any further, Sheddy allegedly threatened to tell Johnson. At this point, Jackson told Hadel to "finish her off."
Hadel struck Sheddy three times with a two-by-four board and ultimately breaking every bone in her face below her forehead. Hadel and Jackson buried Sheddy's body in a shallow grave in the woods near the farmhouse.
Johnson, Jackson and Hadel later moved Sheddy's body to Snow Hill, burying her between the fence-line and a guest house at the River House Inn, where Jackson and Johnson had formerly worked.
"When I tried to get an image of Sheddy's body, I kept seeing an image of bungalows, and I knew her body was buried somewhere by them," Vincent said.
Hadel would later move to Texas, and Jackson and Johnson to Tennessee.
"I kept feeling a connection to Texas, that someone involved in the case had a relationship to Texas," Vincent said. "Police told me that there was a suspect who did have a Texas connection."
When Jackson was arrested in 2010 in connection with an arson in Hamilton County, Tennessee, he reached out to Dodenhoff, offering to give up information on where Sheddy was buried in order to get out of jail. Johnson and Jackson would later be tried, in 2012, for after-the-fact involvement in Sheddy's murder. Jackson would accept a plea deal for a 30-year sentence, stating that he was the ringleader of the murder.
Vincent also claimed that police had initially chalked up Sheddy's disappearance as a runaway, if not for the efforts of her, her sister and Dodenhoff's mother.
"I knew, from the moment I began receiving messages about Christine, that she was no longer in this world," Vincent said.
The episode of Six Degrees of Murder on Christine Sheddy premiers on Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 10 p.m and re-airs Thursday at 1 p.m. and Friday at 6 p.m. on Investigation Discovery. Interviews with Dodenhoff and former Worcester County State's Attorney Joel Todd will also be featured.