The county's police chief, Matt Darling, provided few other details Saturday evening in a news conference other than to say that his officers are actively pursuing leads but have no firm suspects
"This is a record for us. We've never had such an incident with so many victims," Darling told reporters. "It's not a scene that I would want anybody to see."
He said authorities discovered the victims when responding to a 911 call shortly after 8 a.m. Saturday.
Police said the probe was a homicide investigation. Some of the victims had been tentatively identified, but names and ages haven't been made public.
The mobile home park consists of about 100 spaces and is nestled among centuries-old live oak trees.
Most of the victims were found inside the mobile home with the exception of a single teenage girl found impaled in the upper branches of one of the nearby trees. Police have given no theory as to how she got there and would not disclose the nature of the wounds suffered by the other victims.
Local resident of the trailer park, James Tyler, told reporters that, while he didn't know exactly what happened, the word "disemboweled" had been overheard and he himself had witnessed police removing what appeared to be plastic bags full of internal organs.
More news as the story develops.