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Mass Grave Hoax

June 9, 2011 by staff 

Mass Grave HoaxMass Grave Hoax, A psychic may face charges after making a false tip about dozens of corpses in a farm in Liberty County property. The Office of the Liberty County Sheriff, said the informant told them that 25 to 30 bodies were in a property at the intersection of county roads between 2049 and 2048 and Daisetta Hardin.

The call point for the first time in the shipment of 10 pm Monday and deputies directed to a general area, authorities said. Investigators said deputies went to the house and because it was dark and there was nobody left.

Detectives said a second call came about 11 am Tuesday and the informant told deputies missed the area. She gave a detailed description of the interior and exterior of a house, a shed and the immediate surrounding area, authorities said.

“Some of the information that we did match the specific information found here on the scene. That is the driving force that kept us promote our research,” said Capt. Rex Evans with the Sheriff’s Office Liberty County.

The unknown caller said investigators found the bodies of up to 30 children on the property.

Detectives said they saw blood in the back door and the frame and had an odor of decomposition in the area.

Texas Rangers went to the property about 7:45 pm, after obtaining a search warrant. They toured the house, and covered enclosure, but no bodies were found, detectives said.

“There was nothing that would involve a murder or some type of serious incident of that nature had happened there,” said Evans.

Research in the house has been officially closed, authorities said.

“Any serious complaint of this nature, especially anything that would imply the possibility of a child, we will have something serious,” said Evans. “Just what yesterday was in response to the complaint, go to the scene and trying to verify the validity of the information they gave us.”

The researchers said they did not know what psychic identity, but said she does not live in Liberty County. Authorities said they could face a misdemeanor charge of class a, but the sheriff and district attorney offices scheduled to meet Wednesday to determine if other charges may apply.

Area residents said they were surprised someone gets that kind of tip.

“Who told them the false tip like that, you should be sorry for what they have done,” McBride said Elmira resident.

A neighbor said the truck drivers who traveled around the country often stayed in the house owned by the daughter of 16-year-old owner and her boyfriend of 19 years of age. Their names were not released.

The neighbor said the 16-year-old moved from the house on Sunday and nothing suspicious was seen in his life. The Office of the Liberty County Sheriff, said the informant told them that 25 to 30 bodies were in a property at the intersection of county roads between 2049 and 2048 and Daisetta Hardin.

The call point for the first time in the shipment of 10 pm Monday and deputies directed to a general area, authorities said. Investigators said deputies went to the house and because it was dark and there was nobody left.

Detectives said a second call came about 11 am Tuesday and the informant told deputies missed the area. She gave a detailed description of the interior and exterior of a house, a shed and the immediate surrounding area, authorities said.

“Some of the information that we did match the specific information found here on the scene. That is the driving force that kept us promote our research,” said Capt. Rex Evans with the Sheriff’s Office Liberty County.

The unknown caller said investigators found the bodies of up to 30 children on the property.

Detectives said they saw blood in the back door and the frame and had an odor of decomposition in the area.

Texas Rangers went to the property about 7:45 pm, after obtaining a search warrant. They toured the house, and covered enclosure, but no bodies were found, detectives said.

“There was nothing that would involve a murder or some type of serious incident of that nature had happened there,” said Evans.

Research in the house has been officially closed, authorities said.

“Any serious complaint of this nature, especially anything that would imply the possibility of a child, we will have something serious,” said Evans. “Just what yesterday was in response to the complaint, go to the scene and trying to verify the validity of the information they gave us.”

The researchers said they did not know what psychic identity, but said she does not live in Liberty County. Authorities said they could face a misdemeanor charge of class a, but the sheriff and district attorney offices scheduled to meet Wednesday to determine if other charges may apply.

Area residents said they were surprised someone gets that kind of tip.

“Who told them the false tip like that, you should be sorry for what they have done,” McBride said Elmira resident.

A neighbor said the truck drivers who traveled around the country often stayed in the house owned by the daughter of 16-year-old owner and her boyfriend of 19 years of age. Their names were not released.

The neighbor said the 16-year-old moved from the house on Sunday and nothing suspicious was seen in his life.

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