DEATH AT EVERY STOP

ONE MAN, STILL AT LARGE, MAY BE THE CONNECTION BETWEEN BRUTAL KILLINGS IN THREE DIFFERENT STATES

It was nearing nightfall, and the cemetery caretaker's wife was worried: her husband had not come home from work. She called the police, who headed out to Finn's Point National Cemetery, on a spit of New Jersey 30 miles south of Philadelphia. They arrived to find a grim tableau. The caretaker, William Reese, was there--with a bullet through his head. His red Chevrolet truck was missing. In its place, eerily, was a dark-green Lexus.

In isolation, the crime recalls a chilling campfire tale. But it appears to be anything but isolated. It may in fact be just one episode in a...

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