FRANKLIN, N.J.: DELIVERED TO THEIR DEATHS

A SMALL TOWN IS OVERCOME BY MURMURS AFTER TWO APPARENT THRILL KILLINGS

Steam was starting to rise from the two bodies when Lori Clayton arrived at the edge of the marsh just after 11:30 Saturday night. "Lori, Lori, I can't find a pulse," one of the cops at the accident site yelled out when he saw her. Clayton, an emergency-medical-team worker, quickly made her way through the darkness and into the mud. "These guys were still hot," she recalls. She did a pulse check. Nothing. And then she looked at her hands: they were covered in blood. A few yards away was shattered glass, but the car did not appear to have hit...