Madeleine McCann psychic claims he now knows location of missing Brit hiker Esther Dingely’s who vanished in Pyrenees

THE CLAIRVOYANT advising cops on Madeleine McCann’s disappearance has now shared coordinates where he claims missing British hiker Esther Dingely’s dead body is buried.

Michael Schneider believes Ms Dingley was killed and bundled into a vehicle before her body was dumped or buried by a stream six miles away from her last known location.

The lead has been reported to investigating officers, and could come as a further devastating blow to Ms Dingley’s family, possibly dashing hopes she’ll be found alive.

Now mountain rescue teams have resumed searching for missing 37-year-old as her devastated boyfriend continues to scour the Pyrenees and has reportedly moved to the area in a bid to help find her.

Specialist officers have been able to comb the 8,796ft Pico Salvaguardia summit where the Oxford graduate last made contact with partner Dan Colegate around 4pm on November 22.

Durham-born Ms Dingley, was on a solo trek from Pic de Sauvegarde near the French-Spanish border in the Pyrenees when she last contacted Mr Colegate.

They’d been travelling together but he was reportedly house-sitting at a French farmhouse.

Sergeant Jorge Lopez Ramos, whose Greim elite mountain search and rescue team led the eight-day search for Esther last year, said snow on the north face of the peak on the French side of the border meant work there had to wait still until the summer.

He also said officers were counting on the possibility of information from the hikers who throng the Pyrenees in the peak months of July and August if they found nothing earlier.

Spanish Civil Guard officers who have been working on the ground will be supported by a helicopter from mid-June which have a permanent base in the town of Benasque where Esther had been stayed before vanishing.

Mr Lopez Ramos said: “We have spent some time going into the mountains and seeing what the snow is like and looking at places where we think Esther could have had an accident.

Extensive searches have so far unearthed no trace of her, prompting her boyfriend to speculate she could have been “taken against her will.”

Mr Colegate has also been quizzed as a witness by investigating officers, and has rebutted claims they were in an unhappy relationship as “salacious nonsense”.

Clairvoyant Michael Scheider, who has reportedly identified the remains of several other missing people, agreed saying: “The friend has nothing to do with it.

"I see a crime and that after her killing she was taken by car to the following coordinates or in their immediate vicinity and hidden there.

“Either well hidden or buried or placed in the small stream next to it.”

He added: “In light of the new reports on the Esther Dingley case, I am still sure that she did not have a mountain accident, as has recently been speculated in the newspaper reports, but that Esther Dingley has fallen victim to a crime and is dead.”

Mr Schneider claims Ms Dingley’s remains can be found in Benasque, Huesca, Spain, which is about a 15 minute’s drive from her last known location, Pic de Sauvegarde.

Mr Schenider says he finds missing people by looking at a photo of them and asking God if they are living or dead.

He then looks at an atlas, road map and or Google Maps and runs his fingers over them until he stops at the spot where the missing person can allegedly be found.

Eerie aerial photos show the desolate, forest-covered terrain where he claims Ms Dingley’s body can be found.

Police have been informed of Mr Schneider’s claims and says it is “weighing up” the new information.

Mr Schneider, 50, a former TV reporter, recently gave investigators the exact location of where he claims Madeleine McCann's body is buried.

She was three years old when vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal on May 3 in 2007.

But Mr Schneider claims she is “unfortunately dead and buried in Portugal north east of Lagos", about six miles away from the resort where the McCann family was staying.

According to reports, Mr Schneider last month helped solve the case of a woman who went missing in Germany.

She was allegedly found hanging from a tree by cops 36 hours after Schenider gave officers the correct location.

He also helped locate the bodies of a murdered couple, it has been reported.

Peter Neumair, 63, and Laura Perselli, 68, who went missing from their home in Bolzano, Italy in January.

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