Texas ‘children’s mass grave’ ‘paranormal’ hoax

This video from the USA says about itself:

A sheriff’s official says no bodies have been found at a Texas farmhouse where a person claiming to be a psychic told officials multiple bodies were buried. (June 7).

So, the Texas chainsaw massacre remains a movie and a Ramones song, not reality.

How much more taxpayers’ money has been, is, and will be, wasted on ‘paranormal’ idiocy? In searching for those non-existent ‘Iraqi WMD’, etc?

From CBS:

HOUSTON – Detectives said it was a tip from a psychic that led them to a home in Liberty County searching for a mass grave that did not exist.

Now the tipster – who calls herself not a psychic but a prophetess – says her story has been blown out of proportion.

The Texas woman – who only wanted to be identified by her nickname Angel – said she’s worked with law enforcement in the past, and told CBS Affiliate KHOU she was just doing what she thought was right. …

“They up-front asked me how I got the information, and I am a reverend. I am a prophetess and I get my information from Jesus and the angels, and I told them that I had 32 angels with me and they were giving me the information and then it went from there,” she said.

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