River of Blood: A Murder Spree Shakes Seattle

A murder spree shakes Seattle

Washington State's Green River, which runs through the city of Kent, about 15 miles south of Seattle, is actually a murky grayish color. The forest near it has long served as a dumping ground for old auto parts, battered furniture, cans and bottles. On March 31 a hiker hunting for mushrooms stumbled upon a human skull. During the next two days police investigators found the rest of that skeleton, along with the remains of three other women. The grisly discoveries brought to 20 the number of women from the Seattle area presumed to be victims of a...

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