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Serial killer responsible for Grinstead disappearance?

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - In an online video, a man claiming to be a serial killer, says he was involved in the disappearance of school teacher Tara Grinstead. He calls himself CatchMeKiller.

He claims to have killed 16 people, including missing Irwin County teacher Tara Grinstead who disappeared October 22nd, 2005. In the video, which has since been removed, he says he'll reveal clues that will lead to the bodies one by one.

They won't tell us much, but Georgia Bureau of Investigation agents will confirm they are investigating to find out if the catchmekiller is a prankster or if there is any legitimacy to his claims.

WALB also found a posting by "catchmekiller" on a youtube page with a video about Grinstead.

In it he says, "She Never Thought Of Anyone Before She Died. She Thought Of Only Herself. She Didnt Want To Live."

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