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Psychics join search for Gail

Gail Lynch
Gail Lynch

GAIL Lynch's family has turned to psychics to help locate her body. She is missing, believed to have been murdered.

Niece Jas McLaren and an army of friends and family searched areas around the sewage plant and cemetery at the weekend after a number of psychics pin-pointed the area as one to focus on.

Psychics from across the globe have contacted family members with their thoughts about where to search.

"We have been working pretty closely with one in Warwick who has been with us from the start and gave us this location originally, and then other psychics have said the same thing," Mrs McLaren said.

"We've been out there digging up dirt and we had no shovel so we've been doing it with our hands and we've walked creek beds, all through the cemetery.

"We'll be out there every day until we find something," she said.

Mrs McLaren said she and her family were exhausted, sick of playing the guessing game and just wanted answers.

"We're starting to get frustrated and it's really starting to take its toll," she said.

Topics:  crime, gail lynch, missing person, murder, psychics




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