No bodies found after Texas psychic gives mass grave tip

June 8, 2011 04:10


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HARDIN, Texas - Texas authorities were investigating a report from a psychic that up to 30 bodies buried in a mass grave at a rural home east of Houston, but no corpses have been found.

"We're taking this very, very seriously. I do hope and pray this is a false alarm," Liberty County Judge Craig McNair told reporters outside the house.

Texas Rangers also arrived Tuesday evening with a search warrant to allow authorities to search the home.

McNair said the psychic called the Liberty County Sheriff's Office late Monday and early Tuesday reporting that bodies were at the scene, and deputies decided to investigate because they found what appeared to be blood on a door.

MCNair also said deputies noticed an odor in the back yard could not identify it.

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