How a North Carolina woman was found buried in concrete at home

How a North Carolina woman was found buried in concrete at home

A 70-year-old woman was murdered and buried in concrete in her own basement, and the woman hired to take care of her is a person of interest, authorities say.

Lynn Gay Keene, who had last spoken to her family in June, was reported missing in late July. When investigators arrived at her home, in Linville Falls, North Carolina, they saw that her car wasn’t there. 

Officials eventually found the vehicle, with two empty bags of concrete inside. For Detective Tim Austin, it was his first clue that “something was up.” 

When he and another investigator opened the basement door, they saw the concrete structure. Officials began breaking up the concrete, and what they saw as they did so was quite disturbing. 

“In my 16 years in law enforcement, I’ve never seen anything like this,” Austin said.

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