More details emerged Tuesday related to the claim by RadarOnline.com that talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw wants to exhume the body of a woman who died suspiciously at a Coronado mansion in July. www.RebeccaZahauFund.comMary Zahau-Loehner. 10News' calls to Zahau family attorney Anne Bremner were not returned.10News obtained a statement from a spokesperson for the Dr. Phil Show on Tuesday that neither confirmed nor denied Dr. Phil's involvement in an exhumation with the Zahau family: "We endorse the familys effort to search for closure to this terrible tragedy and will stand with them going forward as they navigate through their grieving process." -Spokesperson for the DR. PHIL show Zahau-Loehner confirmed that the results of the exhumation and second autopsy would be announced on the Dr. Phil show, but the exact date has not yet been determined. According to various media reports, show producers promised a donation to the Zahau family's fund."Well, it's definitely not too late for things like DNA and toxicology," said former San Diego police detective Rick Carlson.Carlson said a forensic pathologist can also look for fingernail scrapings and skeletal damage not found during the first autopsy.Exhuming a body for more testing has proven to be successful. When Illinois police officer Drew Peterson's fourth wife Stacy vanished, investigators exhumed the body of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. Savio's death had been ruled an accidental drowning, but a second independent autopsy concluded she had been killed.Carlson said it may be what the family needs to feel it did all it could for Zahau."It's at least maybe the satisfaction of the family that they're looking into it themselves and having some participation in the final determination," said Carlson.10News contacted the San Diego County Sheriff's Department to find out their thoughts on Dr. Phil's possible involvement, but a spokesperson said the department had no comment.