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'Hollywood Medium': Chad Michael Murray Gets Closure On Possible Murder Of Grandmother

'Hollywood Medium': Chad Michael Murray Gets Closure On Possible Murder Of Grandmother
1 month ago

Chad Michael Murray is perhaps best known for One Tree Hill and for being a 90s and early 2000s heartthrob. However, many may not know that his grandmother passed away when she was only 17, soon after giving birth to Murray's mother. At the time, his grandfather was arrested and accused of her murder. His grandmother had been found, hung, with her hands tied behind her back. However, Chad Michael Murray swung by the Hollywood Medium and Tyler Henry had some new information to bring to light.

Henry stated...

"There’s this feeling that grandpa would’ve said or verbalized something to people before he died and after he died, his words were changed. He’s like, 'No, I’m not taking accountability for this. This isn’t right.' There’s something wrong here with the narrative that’s put after."

He elaborated...

"Before I got here, there was this woman who came through who I acknowledged passing away tragically. But it came through in a way of like, taking accountability to some extent for her actions," 

Before finally saying...

"But I’m thinking that it might have been even her way of kinda trying to come through and say, ‘Hey, this is something that I’m putting more on myself.’ So, I don’t think he killed your grandmother."

A recap of the episode, including the section with Murray, can be seen below...


While Murray's grandfather had been arrested for the crime, there was never enough evidence to convict him.

Many believed in Tyler Henry's talents...

Others were just here to ogle Chad Michael Murray...

Though, of course, there were still plenty of skeptics...

However, mostly, people took great comfort in the work that Henry does...

What's the harm in belief if it brings people comfort and closure?

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