There are amazing Stephens women. Then there are AMAZING Stephens women. Joan Ranquet falls into the latter group.
I actually first met Joan a couple of years ago when I was still a reporter at the Columbia Tribune. She was on campus communicating with the horses and pets of employees.
Yes. I said she was communicating with horses and pets.
And, yes, I was a skeptical reporter at the time. Until I watched the process. She knew things about people and animals she had no other way of knowing. At that time, she was communicating with Hank, a new horse on campus, and found out that he used to be a high-ranking competitor before coming to Stephens. Sure enough, Stephens records confirmed it.
Anyway, this is all old news, but if you have a Tribune subscription or aren’t worried about using all of your 10 “free clicks” this month, check it out.
A few days ago, Joan was all over the news after she used her amazing ability to help rescue a pony that had slid down a ravine and spent several days trapped.
According to the Seattle Times, Gemma, a 4-year-old Norwegian pony, was rescued last week without injury after her owner called Joan for help. Joan requested some photos of the pony, according to the Examiner, and received telepathic cues into the pony’s location, namely the sound of water. Sure enough, search crews followed the path of a nearby stream and located Gemma within five minutes, KING 5 reported. (I told you she was all over the news.)
Joan, on her website, says we are all animal communicators and use telepathy whether we realize it or not. She says she’s simply in tune and has honed a skill that anyone can tap into.
Maybe. But I think you’re pretty amazing, Joan.