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IS BREDA BURIED IN THIS CELLAR? Psychic in search plea for mum missing for 50 years.

Byline: MARION SCOTT

THE tortured family of a mum who has been missing for 50 years want police to dig up an old cellar - after being guided there by a psychic.

The family of Bridget Robertson - known as Breda - were led to a tenement in Easter Road, Edinburgh, by self-styled psychic detective Jacqui O'Reilly.

Breda's son Adrian, 54, said: "What Jacqui has told me is absolutely electrifying.

"She's correct in all the things she's said, right down to the description of one of the men my stepmother brought into our house.

"Jacqui has confirmed so much, I now have to accept mum was murdered."

O'Reilly, from Preston, Lancashire, said: "I'm convinced Adrian's mother never left the house in Easter Road in October 1960.

"She was murdered so that evil people could get at her children - of that I'm certain.

"Breda was just 24-years-old and, despite having had a terrible life, she would never have left her children.

"There's a cellar or crawl space which the police should investigate under the building.

"I feel her body is under a large area of concrete disguised to look like a floor.' She added: "I do not believe the man involved is alive today."

Breda's son Adrian fears that his mum was killed to clear the way for him to be sold into sex slavery by his stepmother, Helen Ford.

Breda vanished in October 1960 and his dad later married Helen Ford. Stepmother Ford sold Adrian to gangs of paedophiles and allowed them to abuse him.

He eventually plucked up the courage to testify against her in 2003.

Helen was sentenced to two years in jail for procuring him and his youngest sister for sex and threatening the girl with a red hot poker to her face.

Helen died last January in Burntisland, Fife, at the age 65, of without ever revealing the identity of the paedophiles or what happened to Breda.

Adrian's wife Heather visited the tenement last week and said: "Jacqui's never been to the flat at Easter Road but she was able to describe in detail the layout of the place, the series of steps and doors down to the basement and cellar area and a telegraph pole nearby with specific lettering."

Lothian and Borders police said their review of the case was ongoing.

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Intuition: Psychic Jacqui O'Reilly Vanished: Mum Breda Robertson Door to discovery: The entrance to the cellar where psychic detective Jacqui O'Reilly says Breda is buried. Main picture, Adrian's wife Heather
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