No proof present in excavation at Iowa website after lady claimed father was a serial killer

A 3-day search in southwestern Iowa that adopted a lady’s claims that her late father was a serial killer has turned up no proof, state officers stated Thursday.

The excavation was at a property in Thurman, in Fremont County, the place the girl claimed the our bodies have been buried, stated Mitch Mortvedt, an assistant director of the Iowa Division of Legal Investigation.

The state Division of Public Security, of which the division is a component, stated in an announcement, “After exhaustive efforts, no proof or different gadgets of concern have been recovered.”

Lucy Studey has claimed that her late father, Donald Dean Studey, was a serial killer who buried our bodies round his property in Thurman, in keeping with Newsweek, which first reported the story.

Mortvedt stated the investigation is over.

“There’s nothing additional to corroborate the claims in opposition to Mr. Studey,” he stated.

Lucy Studey’s sister Susan stated Thursday that the claims in opposition to her father have been “completely not true.”

“I really like my sister very a lot, however someplace in her life she acquired misguided,” Susan stated in a telephone interview. She stated her late father’s title has been cleared.

The Public Security Division stated the current excavation included “an array of consultants representing a number of disciplines and important belongings to excavate, acquire and look at soil samples from a website recognized by a reporting occasion.”

Lucy Studey stood by her claims Thursday.

“My full siblings and I do know what really occurred, and I’m the one one talking the reality,” she stated, including, “I used to be advised originally the investigation is a marathon, not a dash.”

The Public Security Division stated final month it was working with federal and native authorities to attempt to corroborate the report of “a number of historic homicides” in rural Fremont County, which has a inhabitants of 6,600.