Tina Resch achieved some fame during what the media called the Columbus Poltergeist case. In 1984 a series of unexplained events of alleged spontaneous telekinesis at her home were covered extensively by news media. The coverage included a series of color photographs that were taken by newspaper photojournalist Fred Shannon of The Columbus Dispatch of Columbus, Ohio, USA, which showed her sitting in an armchair with a telephone handset and flexible cable in flight in front of her from left to right. Now Christina Resch Boyer spends her days in the women’s prison in Georgia. Accused of killing her 3 year old daughter and facing the death penalty, Tina took her lawyer’s advice and entered an “Alford Plea”—meaning she accepted the sentence without admitting any guilt. Her court appointed lawyer never presented evidence that she wasn’t even there when the child died. Researcher and friend of Christina’s, Robin Bellamy, will discuss both the findings in the poltergeist case and ways to help Christina get help with her unjust imprisonment.
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