Skip to comments.Psychic's mass grave tip proves false
Posted on 06/07/2011 6:39:21 PM PDT by avg_freeper
Authorities converged on a residential property near the Liberty County town of Hardin on Tuesday night after the sheriffs office received a phone tip from a self-professed psychic that 25 to 30 dismembered bodies were buried there.
By 8 p.m., Liberty County Judge Craig McNair said that no bodies were found inside the house. Cadaver dogs were inside and found nothing.
A preliminary search by law enforcement officers earlier in the day found evidence of what they believed was blood, but no sign of anything else, leading them to suggest the call may have been a hoax.
A search warrant was obtained and a quick look around revealed nothing out of order. A state law enforcement source confirmed that DPS officials had obtained the warrant and entered the residence, after making a fruitless search of the property.
A foul stench emanating from the house was found to be coming from piles of rotting garbage. And the blood found at the residence was related to an earlier incident, the source told the Houston Chronicle.
(Excerpt) Read more at chron.com ...
ps - then too, null and void is kinda repetitious don’t you think?
Just a sample of what you get to see in google real time:
Two members of the Phelps clan indicating how happy they were about the topic ...It's a good way of tracking breaking news but at the same time it feels like you're plugging directly into the paranoia addled psyche of the predominate leftist hive mind.
One twitter feed from someone who "just knew" that something like this would happen in Texas and that she figured the graves would be full of minorities.
Another from someone who indicated that there were probably mass graves around Sarah Palin's house.
It's really creepy in a "Being John Malcovich" kind of way. </shudder>
“without form and void” was taken...
See post 19.
From what I heard here in Austin at 6:16, KLBJ-AM, was the psychic ‘received’ the location, notified the local sheriffs AND three media outlets. The police went to the first location, nothing. Then had had reason to go to an adjacent property, and that’s when the the story was deemed bogus.
Oh great. Now the satanic Phelps are involved.
A foul stench emanating from the house was found to be coming from piles of rotting garbage. And the blood found at the residence was related to an earlier incident
Actually, I'm psychic too and knew you were going to post that, but:
Still Bush's fault!
as if we need that BS again
this stuff aways brings out the crazys
I don’t see the police doing any wrong here. If they didn’t check this place out and there had been a mass grave, everyone would have been yelling they were lazy. So, there is a tip of a grave, containing children and they find blood. They also smell something rotting. Sounds like a warrant to find out if there were bodies is reasonable.
LOL - Greetings!
I think we could find it in ourselves to forgive her.
That’s actually Jennifer Love Hewitt from the Ghost Whisperer. (Not that I am complaining...)
Mark Levin, who should know better, reported this today and launched into a brief rant about border security. Five minutes later he must’ve gotten new information that it was totally unsubstantiated and dutifully reported that too.
Arrest her ass and charge her the costs of the investigation. No way this was not a deliberate attempt to bring down a ration of hell on the people living there.
There was a recent Supreme Court decision that found that if officers “think” that evidence is being destroyed, that they have in fact, a “search warrant”.
This is essentially a extension of “no knock” warrants, and does not bode well for freedom.
Never saw that coming.
“Thats actually Jennifer Love Hewitt from the Ghost Whisperer.”
Wow. Who knew she was a psychic? I mean, except for other psychics...
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