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Man who owned ‘hunting humans’ DVD charged with murder after woman’s remains found in his yard

Michael Horvath was jailed without bond on criminal homicide and other charges filed on Wednesday after the remains of Holly Grim, who disappeared in November of 2013, were found. (POLICE HANDOUTS)

Michael Horvath was jailed without bond on criminal homicide and other charges filed on Wednesday after the remains of Holly Grim, who disappeared in November of 2013, were found. (POLICE HANDOUTS)

SAYLORSBURG, Pa. — A Pennsylvania man who owned DVDs about “hunting humans” was charged with murder Wednesday after remains of his missing co-worker were found in his yard.

Horvath is accused of killing 41-year-old Holly Grim of Lehigh County, who went missing in 2013.

Authorities say evidence found in the home of Horvath — long considered a person of interest in Grim’s disappearance — suggests she might have been tortured or otherwise met with a violent death.

Horvath was jailed without bond on criminal homicide and kidnapping charges filed Wednesday in the death of Grim.

Horvath and Grim worked together at a company that makes church organs. Horvath was late to work on the day Grim went missing, according to Lehigh Valley Live.

A probable cause affidavit shows police found shackles, stun guns and notes indicating Horvath might have been stalking someone, as well as DVDs dealing with murder, sexually deviant behavior and “hunting humans.”

Court papers say troopers recently found a rib bone determined to be Grim’s behind Horvath’s backyard in Monroe County.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.