SEATTLE -- The rescue of an 800-pound horse stuck in a deep Redmond ravine is being credited to a horse communicator who says she helped locate the animal through telepathy, the Seattle Times reported.
The horse's owner, Barbara Linstedt, told the Times that caretakers searched for hours before contacting acclaimed horse communicator Joan Ranquet Monday night.
Gemma, had apparently escaped from her stall and slipped 70 feet into a nearby ravine before landing on a ledge. Ranquet was able to communicate with the horse via telepathy and realized she was in a tight space near shrubbery and could hear traffic and water.
Lindstedt realized exactly where to find Gemma and dozens of rescuers finally hoisted the animal to safety several hours later.
To read more about Gemma's rescue, go here.