Disposition of Call
Saturday, 11/22/97, 10:30 a.m.
Madam Raylene. States she had a dream vision
which may help explain the water and wine images
she’s had all week. She states she saw images of
brilliantly burning sails of a clipper type
ship, the sails in flame with flashes
alternating between a twisted biblical image of
turning wine to water and a ghost ship. States
these images support her feeling of overwhelming
betrayal when she experiences them. She remains
unconvinced that this is the full explanation of
her images, but she feels it is very important
information. Call lasted 58 minutes.
Call referred to Detective Nelson’s office.
Followup Notation: Detective Nelson states
that calls were made to determine if there were
any boat or ship fires or accidents in the past
two months, nothing was found other than an
empty boathouse fire at Enid Lake in Panola
County. No relevance to this case.
Tuesday, 11/25/97, 9:03 a.m..
Madame Raylene called. She states she now
hears a droning voice repeating, “The harbor is
not safe” over and over with her vision.
Call referred to Detective Nelson’s office
Wednesday, 11/26/97, 7:23 p.m.
Madame Raylene called. She says that she felt
Macy’s spirit today very loudly and nearby. She
is insistent that Macy was in New Albany. She
called Pontotoc County Sheriff’s office and
demanded they call an all out search and highway
blockade. She states that the intensity of
Macy’s spirit vibrations are diminishing and
appears to be in a highly agitated state of
mind. She wants Detective Nelson to contact
Sheriff Maynard and insist on an immediate all
points bulletin in Pontotoc County.
Call immediately dispatched to Detective
Follow-up Notation: Sheriff Maynard has
worked with Madame Raylene on previous cases. He
states that they did in fact, alert local and
highway patrols, additionally two backup
officers were dispatched on patrol with the
partial description of the vehicle and suspects
reported from Memphis incident. With no further
information or description to go on, there was
not much more that could be done. No reports of
Thursday, 11/27/97, 4:59 p.m.
Call from Peter D. of the Gourmet Stop
restaurant in Hamilton, Alabama. States that
pursuant to the news alerts today, he had
customers matching the description of two well
built, athletic men and a young girl matching
Macy Lamar’s description picking up a gourmet
Thanksgiving special about 15 minutes ago. He
states he went to the door when they left and
saw a dark luxury car leaving the lot, he did
not get a plate or make/model. He states he was
alerted because the girl looked out of place and
the men seemed in control. It “seemed to fit
with the news bulletins today.”
Call immediately referred to Detective
Nelson’s office and dispatch.
Followup Notation: Hamilton police department
notified and immediate APB placed on suspect
vehicle. Special Agent Hillman notified.
Additional wires sent to Alabama State Police
and highway patrol units.
Friday, 11/28/97, 3:09 p.m.
Madam Raylene called following her weekly
seance session. She states that she made contact
with Charles Lamar and he repeatedly urged that,
“The wicked will speak in the lake notes, find
her on the lake.” Madam Raylene states she was
unable to gain additional information but
believes this is related to the burning sails
and the water and wine images she has been
having. She believes the statement “find her”
refers to someone new that we do not know of.
Call referred to Detective Nelson's office.