Grisly Search to ID Serial Killers' Victims

California investigators recover remains left behind by "Speed Freak Killers."
0:53 | 02/14/12

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In northern California search crews are looking for more human remains left behind by a pair of serial killers. So far investigators come -- -- -- well have found more than 300 human bones clothing and jewelry. They're calling it a dumping ground for the so called speed freak killers convicted of a -- -- murder spree in the eighties and nineties. A bounty hunter -- death row inmate Wesley sure 1933000. Dollars to tell him where to find the bodies. In this particular well I don't know that there's any more than a couple. I do believe in the other well further east there's as many as a dozen. Sherman teen and Lauren her -- are accused of killing as many as twenty people. -- -- was paroled in 2010 -- committed suicide last month shortly after learning his accomplice was going to reveal the location. Of the remains.

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