Funeral plans made for Sedona sweat lodge victims

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SEDONA - While authorities are still trying to determine if a crime was committed, the self-help guru who led a sweat lodge ceremony that turned deadly in Sedona is delivering his message to even more followers.

Funeral plans are now confirmed for the two people who died.

Kirby Brown, 38, and James Shore, 40, will be laid to rest this weekend.

Meanwhile self-help guru James Ray is keeping with his scheduled events.

He's hosted two seminars since the deadly night in Sedona one week ago.

Last night he delivered his message in Del Mar, California just outside San Diego.

Ray says he's been praying and meditating over the Sedona incident.

He says he's hired his own team of investigators to get to the bottom of what happened in Sedona.

Last Thursday people were rushed to the hospital after participating in a two-hour sauna-like sweat lodge ceremony.

Nineteen people needed medical treatment; one person remains in critical condition and another is listed in good condition. A third patient has been released.

Meanwhile family and friends will say goodbye to the victims.

Memorial services for Kirby Brown are scheduled to take place on Saturday morning in Otisville, New York.

Shore will be laid to rest in Milwaukee on Saturday afternoon.

Autopsy results on both victims are still pending.

And as far as the investigation, so far no charges have been filed.