The Killing Fields of Montgomery County

Between 1980 and 1983, the slayings of five young women baffled Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Investigators. Similarities between a few would have police theorizing a connection. The most striking and grisly commonality shared among three of the victims was the fact that when they were found, the victims were ablaze. Another unfortunate and investigation-stifling commonality between four of the five victims was a serial-confessor sometimes called “The One-Eyed Drifter.” 

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