Crime: Graves in the Dunes

The two girls had been to Provincetown, Mass., in the summertime, when its narrow streets were teeming with family vacationers and hippies. In January, they returned to the Cape Cod resort during a winter-quiet weekend. Mary Ann Wysocki, a college student, and Patricia Walsh, a teacher, both 23, checked in at a guesthouse run by Patricia Morton. That night they visited three Provincetown bars. At one called the Fo'cs'l, they met Antone Costa, 24, an unemployed handyman, amateur taxidermist and divorced father of three, who was also staying at Mrs. Morton's. The...

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