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Tuesday, 15 February 2011

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The mansion is set in lush Henley acres on the banks of the Thames

Henley - (Unholy Mess): Police searching for the remains of a 'Mexican-ish' Polish youth at the core of bodysnatch charges may bring in high tech equipment to excavate the grounds of a former school.

Witold Orlowski's corpse was dug up and allegedly hidden by a Polish religious order's father superior who has been charged in absentia with grave robbery.

No one knows the exact location at the former boarding school where Fr Wojciech Jasinski replanted the deceased 14 year old who died mysteriously in Mexico circa 1944.

But a recent aerial thermal imaging scan revealed 'dozens of potential sites' in the lush grounds of a Henley-on-Thames mansion.

The location is the site of a Roundheads v Cavaliers battle where ancient corpses may still lie undisturbed.

Archaeological experts drafted in this week are confident, however, that GPR technology can distinguish between these and any potential 20th century graves.

The mansion, known as Fawley Court, was linked from the 18th century onwards to the notorious Hellfire Club - whose devil-worshipping members met in its grounds at a satanic temple built on the banks of the Thames.

"Maybe that's what attracted the religious order to the site in the first place," Henley historians said today.

An update on the proposed excavations will appear here shortly.

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