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    Quote Originally Posted by RCOOKE
    I was told recently about the Escape school program. http://www.escapeschool.com/ It's for younger kids.

    We hope to expand the M.U.S.T. seminars for teen females and women into over Texas cities. I've had request from Houston, DFW, and San Antonio. What major city are you close to?
    One of my clients, Bob Stuber, developed "Escape School."

    This school is amazing. It teaches kids things I never thought of like holding on the the handle bars of your bike if someone tries to grab you while you are riding. It teaches little kids how to twist their way out of a grip.

    RC you are to be commended. What you are doing for the people in your area is fantastic.
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    dear mr cooke, i read your jurnals and the website, it made me cry that not only her but there many more missing people who are never found i pray that she is found safe and sound and i also pray for you and your family, i was reading the whole psyhic thing and was wondering if u looked into slivia brown or u just gave up on the whole psyhic thingy slivia brown is suposed to be the best in her field shes been on montel willams show i was going to contact her for one of the cold cases im working on in ct but she was so expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by smile22
    dear mr cooke, i read your jurnals and the website, it made me cry that not only her but there many more missing people who are never found i pray that she is found safe and sound and i also pray for you and your family, i was reading the whole psyhic thing and was wondering if u looked into slivia brown or u just gave up on the whole psyhic thingy slivia brown is suposed to be the best in her field shes been on montel willams show i was going to contact her for one of the cold cases im working on in ct but she was so expensive
    Go back and reread my Feb. 2003 journal. It talks about my trip to NYC, Montel, and Sylvia. The bottom line is Sylvia Browne hasn't helped find a missing person yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCOOKE
    Go back and reread my Feb. 2003 journal. It talks about my trip to NYC, Montel, and Sylvia. The bottom line is Sylvia Browne hasn't helped find a missing person yet.
    OMG, DON'T CALL HER NOOOOOOOOOOO. I AGREE. She has NOT found anyone or located anyone at all.

    My biggest problem / story was about little Opal D'ace jennings. She told the grandmother that this little girl was kidnapped and taken as a "sex slave" to the south tropical islands. She told her absolutely she was alive.

    This little child was dead in the woods the whole time. Sylvia is really good at her "craft". That's all. Enough guesses with anyone will eventually get a "hit".

    I'm going to read your journal. Sorry for your pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCOOKE
    I was told recently about the Escape school program. http://www.escapeschool.com/ It's for younger kids.

    We hope to expand the M.U.S.T. seminars for teen females and women into over Texas cities. I've had request from Houston, DFW, and San Antonio. What major city are you close to?
    We're close to southwest Houston. We could even go up to northwest Houston for a day if necessary. We're really close to Sugar Land, which is a major suburb of Houston as well.

    Escape school sounds great for my younger one, it might even be useful for my older one as a start.

    I'd really like to find something that would focus on fighting back as well--

    Thanks!

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    Sylvia Browne seemed to prolong pain for Opal Jennings' family by her wild talk of Opal being alive and held somewhere.

    She seems to be more of a predator than a psychic.

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    M.U.S.T. Seminars

    Quote Originally Posted by Texana
    We're close to southwest Houston. We could even go up to northwest Houston for a day if necessary. We're really close to Sugar Land, which is a major suburb of Houston as well.

    Escape school sounds great for my younger one, it might even be useful for my older one as a start.

    I'd really like to find something that would focus on fighting back as well--

    Thanks!
    LOL, I hope you can drive as far as Northwest Houston. That traffic can be horrible though.

    We are heading to St. Louis on June 19 to teach two M.U.S.T seminars there. Both seminars will be free and open to the public. The afternoon seminar will be at KidsFest which is sponsored by the Shawn Hornbeck Foundation.

    Our next Central Texas M.U.S.T. seminar is on April 20. Details are on rachelalert.org/must.

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    For Rachel

    *waving to Robert* (John said to tell you "hey")
    With love and hope, Lanie

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    Hey Robert,
    It looks like I will be going back to fulltime teaching with a fifth grade class next fall. I was thinking that one of the things I would ask for would be some kind of self defense presentation for the children this age.

    I think most people are as shocked as I was to find out that eleven year olds are most at risk for being abducted--They can look so physically mature these days and yet be so childlike in thinking.

    I have relatives in N. Houston and used to live there, the drive is not so long with the aid of the DVD player and car VCR player--LOL! We can take the tollway so it's not impossible. Not as bad as the Austin N-S commute--THAT is enough to make a saint curse! When we first moved to Austin we thought we could handle the traffic--having lived in Houston--and then we experienced it. Very humbling!

    Take care-Tex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texana
    Hey Robert,
    It looks like I will be going back to fulltime teaching with a fifth grade class next fall. I was thinking that one of the things I would ask for would be some kind of self defense presentation for the children this age.
    Our funding was turned down so we won't be developing any safety course for elementary school children this year. We will continue to train middle school girls and older with our existing M.U.S.T. seminars until somone thinks funding a safety program for kids is worth wild.

    I put some comments we received from M.U.S.T. students on http://rachelalert.org/mustcomments .

    There are two options in Houston. I believe the Laura Recovery Center teaches a safety course and I already mentioned the Escape School program.


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    Thank you for your response. I noticed the other day when I was up at the school (I got the job) the counselor had posted a large poster outside her door with tips on how to escape. (might even have been an escape school poster or something like that.)

    My children came home from school today with a note about a suspicious vehicle in the area with a young male and other teens in the vehicle, offering children some food, etc.--very suspicious, especially in our neighborhood where the teens are too busy driving with cell phones to even notice younger children. The younger one told me that while a couple of the children in her class became very upset and began crying, she wasn't worried because I had told her what to do. The older child said the same thing. (We talked about some of the basic tips about getting away, staying away from car windows, never going up to a car, etc.) They were very matter of fact about it, saying basically, you told us there were people like this, and we remembered what you said to do when anybody tried this.

    I'm not saying that I think they are always safe--or that I think they can get away from anybody--just that it was really interesting to see their response--they immediately remembered what I had told them about fighting back.

    They're still getting some kind of class this summer--so they can practise some physically. We are closer to the Laura recovery center than North Houston so that might be a good option.

    Thanks for the tips.

    We are actually pretty close to the Laura

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    Situations

    Texanna,

    I don't know if I have mentioned this before, but there is a game you can purchase and play with your children that teaches safety and escape techniques. It's called SITUATIONS and they inventor of the game asked me to evaluate it and I really think it's worth using. It's card based so if you don't like some of the tips, you can remove those cards.

    I usually don't post for profit things, but I think this one is important.
    http://situationsthegame.com/

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    2004 Run/Walk for Rachel

    I added the race results and some pictures from the 2004 Run/Walk for Rachel to rachelalert.org/run

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    For Rachel and all who search for her.

    With love and HOPE, Lanie

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    For those who prefer a different type of defense, try bear mace. It's much stronger than regular mace, is available at outdoor stores. I understand it incapacitates for 3-4 days.

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