BCSO’s Major Tod Goodyear Featured Tonight On CBS’s ’48 Hours’ At 10 p.m.

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DETAILS brutal murder of Kelly Brennan

To learn more about the brutal murder of Florida nurse Kelly Brennan, Major Tod Goodyear of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office brings "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant to the place her body was discovered and what her injuries say about her killer. For more on the case, watch "A Vision of Murder" Saturday, May 2 at 10 p.m. (48 Hours image)

To learn more about the brutal murder of Florida nurse Kelly Brennan, Major Tod Goodyear, above, of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office brings “48 Hours” correspondent Peter Van Sant to the place her body was discovered and what her injuries say about her killer. For more on the case, watch “A Vision of Murder” Saturday, May 2 at 10 p.m. (48 Hours image)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Alicia Tejada is a “48 Hours” associate producer. Here, she previews the “48 Hours” investigation into the murder of Florida nurse Kelly Brennan, “A Vision of Murder,” which airs Saturday at 10 p.m. ET on CBS.

‘A Vision of Murder’ To Be Aired Saturday, May 2 at 10 p.m. ET On CBS Television Network

 

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE BEACH, FLORIDA — If you’re an avid follower of crime and justice news stories you’ve probably heard about clairvoyants or psychics assisting in police investigations.

For years, there have been individuals who claim to have paranormal perceptions and visions of missing people and even murders.

But what happens when someone who claims to have a paranormal insight in a murder case becomes the prime suspect?

Saturday’s “48 Hours” involves a Florida woman, Sheila Trott, who said she had a dream with dark visions of violence about a friend. But it’s not your typical story about how the paranormal becomes wrapped up in a criminal case.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey would like to recognize the exhaustive and outstanding efforts of our Homicide Unit, Crime Scene Unit and incredible State Attorney's Office for the investigation and prosecution of Sheila Graham-Trott , above, for the 2010 murder of Kelly Brennan. (BCSO image)

Sheila Graham-Trott was convicted of First Degree Premeditated Murder for the 2010 murder of Kelly Brennan. The case included multiple crime scenes and a very complex series of facts that ultimately implicated Graham-Trott. (BCSO image)

Preview: A Vision of Murder

On the early morning of Feb. 16, 2010, Trott, 44, woke up her two sons, saying she had an eerie dream in which she saw her friend Kelly Brennan hurt.

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Coincidentally, the 46-year-old Brennan, a nurse, had been reported missing just the night before.

Trott’s story continued to evolve, and she said things like “I see Kelly’s face,” and “everything’s dark.”

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