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  • Writer's pictureAngel Turner

Miracles, signs and wonders! Scooby Doo, Georgia Leah, Tupac, Biggie, the Buffalo Bills and more...

Updated: Feb 9, 2023

How is God using details about my favorite character, my family's hometown, two of the greatest rappers of all time, and my sister's unsolved murder to perform a miracle?

It all starts with my sister, Georgia Leah. None of this would would have any relevance if Georgia wasn't involved.

Georgia was born in Buffalo, New York on January 7, 1985. At the time of her murder in 1997, my sister and I lived with my mom in Santa Rosa, California.

To me, life was good. It wasn't perfect, but it wasn't terrible and from my seven-year-old perspective, the things that were bad, weren't that bad. Apparently, I was wrong. A few months before Georgia's murder, my mother made plans for us to move back to Buffalo. My older brothers were living there at the time and life was very difficult for her in California. The high cost of living coupled with my mom's deteriorating mental illness made life hard for her, being a single mother raising two daughters.

To Buffalo we go!

If everything would've went as planned, my family would've been back in Buffalo the first week of July. Georgia was ready to go. She was a 12-year-old girl carrying the burdens of life on her shoulders, and unfortunately, someone preyed upon her vulnerabilities, throwing her into the world of sex trafficking. But that was going to change. She was finally going to get away from it.

But in the blink of an eye, our plans to go to the promised land were gone and my sister was stuck with her harsh reality of remaining in bondage. Someone, I believe strategically, stole my mother's purse. Her purse had all of her important documents -- her social security card, I.D. cards, money...everything.

While my mom's purse being stolen was a big deal, none of my family could prepare for what would be stolen next... Georgia's life.

On the night of August 13, 1997, Georgia got into a car with someone she knew and was never seen or heard from by my family again. Someone strangled her and left her her nude body on the side of the highway.

More than 25 years later, my sister's case remains unsolved. The police are pretty tight-lipped on whatever information they do or don't have, and although there is a $25,000 reward, no one has come forward with information that could solve Georgia's case.

My faith lies in God

Three years ago, my public journey to fight for justice would begin. But it didn't just happen. God brought me to a place where ultimately, I would have to trust Him. Mentally and emotionally, I couldn't bare the weight of Georgia being gone, my unresolved trauma and her case still being unsolved and in my despair, God told me give it to Him. So I did. In doing so, my fight for justice went from staying behind the scenes and waiting on the sheriff's to do their job, to a hunt for the truth, justice and a surge in my faith that would forever change my life.

God told me to trust Him. I did. The hardest part about all of this was being public-- putting my life in front of the camera, detailing my healing journey, facing the wrongdoings of my sister's case in front of millions of people and standing firm on my faith in God. But God said trust Him. So I did.

I knew everything He wanted me to do served a greater purpose-- helping others, restoring faith to people who either already had lost faith or were on the verge of losing it, and ultimately detailing the things leading up to the miracle that I knew God was in the midst of performing.

You can hear more about my story of faith and justice in this episode of Faith in Justice here:

I wholeheartedly believe that God is going to perform a miracle in Georgia's case, and if I needed any reassurance of Him doing that, we have the Scooby Doo, Georgia Leah Moses Mysteries.

So let's jump into it...

In 2021, God began revealing things. What started with simple prompts turned into information that would have more meaning in the future than it did at the time. Rappers that I barely knew anything about became people I know more about now than at any other point in my life.

As I continue on, you're going to see a lot of New York and California connections, but for now, let's start with Buffalo.

My family was born in Buffalo, which is also home to the Buffalo Bills. It is also the birthplace of Don Messick, the first person the voice the Scooby Doo character, which happens to be my favorite character.

But the the connections that make the Scooby Doo, Georgia Leah Mysteries so compelling, run deeper...much deeper.

Fred Silverman, an American television executive and producer, not only created the Scooby Doo concept, but he also named the Scooby Doo character, after hearing the song "Strangers in the Night" by Frank Sinatra.

These are the most notable similarities to date:

-Fred Silverman was born on September 13, 1937 (9-13)

-Don Messick was born on September 7, 1926 (9-7)

-Tupac was shot on September 7, 1996 (9-7) He died 6 days later from those wounds.

-Tupac died on September 13, 1996 (9-13)

-Georgia was born at 9:43 pm (9-7)

-Georgia was murdered in 1997 (97)

-The first Scooby Doo episode aired on September 13, 1969 (9-13)

-Don Messick suffered a stroke September 1996, ending his career

-The current owners of the Buffalo Bills, Terry and Kim Pegula, have a daughter, Kelly, who was born on September 13, 1996 (9-13) (also the day Tupac died)

-Georgia’s date of death is listed as August 13, 1997

-The prime suspect in Tupac’s murder, Orlando Anderson, was born August 13, 1974

-The Bills lost their final game of this past season, against the Cincinnati Bengals, by 17 points (1-7)

-Kim Pegula suffered cardiac arrest on her birthday. Her birthday is 17 days after Biggie's birthday (1-7) . Her daughter, Kelly saved her life by performing CPR.

Born in New York:

-Georgia and Don were born in Buffalo

-Biggie was born in Brooklyn

-Tupac was born in Harlem

-Fred Silverman was born in New York City

1997 deaths:

-Biggie died March 9, 1997

-Georgia presumably died between August 13 and August 14, 1997

-Don died October 24, 1997

-Georgia’s first funeral was held on October 24, 1997

Died in California:

-Biggie died in Los Angeles

-Georgia died in Sonoma County

-Don died in Salinas

-Tupac died is Las Vegas, but he lived in Los Angeles at the time

-Fred Silverman died in Los Angeles

Josh Allen:

-Josh Allen is the star quarterback for the Bills

-Josh was born May 21, 1996 (Biggie was born May 21, 1972)

-Josh’s jersey number is 17 (1-7)

-Josh was the 1st round 7th pick for the Bills in the 2018 draft (1-7) (Georgia’s birthday is January 7 {1-7})

-Josh was born in California and now lives in Buffalo (California/ New York connection)

Damar Hamlin:

-Signed to the Bills May 21, 2021 (Josh and Biggie’s birthday)

-Activated following Micah Hyde’s injury (Micah Hyde signed to Bills the March 9, 2017 (anniversary of Biggie’s murder)

-Injured during week 17 (1-7) game on January 2, 2023

-Month/age of Biggie when he died 3-24

-Damar’s birthday 3-24

-Returned to social media for the 1st time since he suffered cardiac arrest on January 7 (1-7)

Other things:

-716/617 (reversed numbers)

-Buffalo’s area code is 716

-Georgia’s 2nd funeral was on June 17, 1998 (617)

-Micah Hyde is #23.

-It took 23 years for the truth about Georgia’s name to come to light. Her name isn’t Georgia Lee Moses, it’s Georgia LEAH Moses.

“Show love”

For the 25th anniversary of Georgia’s murder, I launched the Show Love campaign.

Following Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest, the nation came together in the "Love for Damar" movement.

-Damar Hamlin was released from the hospital on January 11, 2023

-Also on January 11th, #23 Micah Hyde (injured September 19th) and #80 Jamison Crowder (injured October 2nd) returned to practice for the first time since their injuries

-Jamison was born June 17, 1993 (date of Georgia’s 2nd funeral)

-Again, Micah Hyde signed to the Bills, March 9, 2017 (anniversary of Biggie’s murder)

Trusting God's process

When God started revealing these things about a year and a half ago, I had absolutely no idea what He was showing me or where it would lead me. God told me to make a video following the initial Scooby Doo/Tupac/Biggie revelations. It sounded crazy! I was still processing the information and knew while there were similarities, they wouldn't make much sense to other people. But after trying to avoid making the video, I made the video.

The push that led me to make the brother called me to tell me Georgia's birthday came out for the New York Pick 3 lotto. I definitely took that as a sign!

Throughout this journey, God has placed things on my heart and told me what to do with that information. Sometimes, that meant to act immediately. Other times, God told me to wait until further instructions.

Just last week, God told me to start a petition campaign in support of Damar Hamlin's #3forHeart CPR Challenge. While I support the challenge and think it's super necessary, I didn't understand why I needed to make a petition or set out to have a goal of 9 million signatures.

Well here we are. It's a week later and Jessica Pegula released an article where she updated the world on her mother health following her unexpected leave of absence from everything public last year. Kim also suffered from cardiac arrest and has been recovering ever since.

In her article in The Players' Tribune, Jessica credits her sister, Kelly, with saving their mother's life after performing CPR.

A few month's prior to Kim's cardiac arrest, Kelly expressed her desire to get her CPR certification. She said it was a job requirement for a job she was interested in.

This was Kim's response to her daughter in a group chat, "Nice Kells! Now if we have a heart attack you can revive us."

Within months, Kelly would do just that, revive and keep alive.

So we have Kim, Kelly (born on the day Tupac died), the cardiac arrest news following Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest, the cardiac arrest happening 17 days after Biggie's many details that make getting and being involved in this CPR challenge make even more sense today.

If you want to join in the CPR Challenge and add your name to the petition to show support, you can do so here:

What's next?

I don't know what revelation will come next or how exactly this will all come together in the end, but there is no doubt that God is doing something miraculous. Things and people that I probably would have never given much thought to, are now forever a part of my heart and mind, and in some special way, a part of my testimony.

I wholeheartedly believe that God will perform a miracle in Georgia's case. I believe the world will see the miracle and will know with absolute certainty that God did it. I believe the same holds true in the unsolved murders of Tupac and Biggie.

In The Players' Tribune, Jessica went on to write, "Three of my best friends are doctors and after the situation calmed down, they told me that it was a miracle she was even on her way to recovery, as did every other doctor who worked with her."

Miracles, signs and wonders... God is performing miracles and showing signs and wonders along the way.

I may not ever meet these Bills' players or the Pegula family, but I know my prayers for them and the things God leads me to do in support of them are only a small part of the greater things He's doing. I believe that Kim will have miraculous healing, just as Damar has.

I know there is a reason why all of these things are happening now. If you don't yet believe in miracles, stay tuned. If you do believe in miracles, prepare to see something you've never seen before. As far as the Scooby Doo, Georgia Leah Moses Mysteries...I know it's only a matter of time before God reveals something else.

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