Authorities on Sunday unearthed more skull fragments and other human remains, along with clothes, a purse and jewelry, in a well in rural Northern California, an area where a convicted serial killer said there may be 10 or more victims.
At least two killers dumped body parts along a remote beachfront highway, and remains discovered in recent months include the heads and limbs of two women whose torsos were found years ago in another town, a prosecutor said Monday.
The killings made headlines, spurred extensive investigations and frustrated authorities for decades: A flight attendant found raped and strangled with a pair of stockings in her Manhattan apartment in 1971. A Hollywood nightspot owner's daughter whose remains were found in the woods in 1978 after she disappeared in Manhattan the year before.
A serial killer who police say sexually assaulted and strangled three women, and possibly attacked three others, in a neighborhood rife with drugs and prostitution might want to hope that authorities find him before the neighbors do.