Olive Neil Noseworthy
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THE OLIVE ANGEL FOUNDATION

 

God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change;
courage to change the things I can,
and wisdom to know the difference.

Reinhold Niebuhr

 

          In 2008, I moved to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, to live and to work and while there, I questioned why I considered moving to a smaller city. It really did not make any sense to me, but I knew there must be a bigger reason for me being in Hamilton, much bigger than I could understand. I also knew that everything would be revealed to me in God’s time, and not in mine.

          God’s time started almost immediately. I remember walking down the sidewalk on King Street one sunny afternoon, and as I passed by a store window, I could not help but notice a poster in the window of a young male who had gone missing. The poster read that on February 22, 2006, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, William (Billy) Mason was last seen in the area of 917 Main Street East.

 

Missing - William (Billy) Mason,

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada,

February 22, 2006.

 

          Later, Billy came to visit me. I could see him and could tell that he wasn't in his physical body, and no longer living here on Earth but had returned to the Other Side. Some days later, I made contact with Billy and this time, I could see that he was in a small room with the walls a beige color. He said, “I'm in a safe place. No one can hurt me here. And I am loved a lot.” I could see others around him and they were all males, wearing long beige robes, tied with a beige, rope belt around the waist. 

          Billy and I had a lengthy conversation, even though he was very upset and crying most of the time.  He said, “I'm so, so sorry. Things didn't go right. It all went wrong.” He feels he let his family down. He told me that he has many regrets. And that his one big regret is getting involved with certain individuals. He told me that he is shocked and horrified at the way that he was treated by these ‘thugs.’ He found it difficult to comprehend how these people could be so cruel and to undertake the evil actions that they did. He said, “Some people know the truth but they won't come forward because they are scared.” He also told me that his greatest fear is that harm could come to his grandmother, mother, brother, and young daughter left behind. 

          It was later learned that Billy Mason was abducted from his apartment on February, 24, 2006, and was driven to an isolated area and shot to death. It was said that some time later Billy’s body was moved and has never been found.

         Jeremy Hall of Hamilton, Ontario, was found guilty for the first-degree murder of Billy Mason, and is serving twenty-five years to life sentence. It is important to note that even though the body of Billy Mason was never found, justice was still served.

         Then not even a year later, while still living in Hamilton, on April 8, 2009, in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, eight-year-old Victoria (Tori) Stafford went missing.