Speed Freak Killers News
Bone Fragment May Link Girl Missing Since 1988 to 'Speed Freak Killers'
The parents of missing girl Michaela Joy Garecht are hoping that a 3-inch bone fragment will finally solve the mystery of their daughter's 1988 disappearance. Sharon Murch, who has kept her daughter's memory alive by maintaining a website in Michaela's honor, posted on Thursday, "In my heart, I
Dispute Erupts in Search for Victims of 'Speed Freak Killer'
Cops searching for victims of the "Speak Freak Killers" are digging in the wrong well, according to a bounty hunter who convinced one of the killers to confess where they hid the bodies. Wesley Shermantine, who is on death row for his role in the death of as many as 20 people in the Sacramento
300 Human Bones Found in Serial Killers' Lair
Death-Row Serial Killer Leads Police to Burial Ground for 10 or More Victims
Partial Remains Found of Possible Speed Freak Killers' Victims
Authorities have been led to the burial grounds of a teen missing for decades.
California Family Notified 9 Months After Missing Woman Remains Identified
Missing Woman's Family at a Loss to Understand What Took Police So Long to Contact Them
Convicted Killer Loren Herzog Found Dead by Parole Agents in California
Loren Herzog Was Originally Convicted of Multiple Murders, But Reached Plea Deal
The Man Behind 'America's Most Wanted'
John Walsh Hunts Most Dangerous in Name of Justice: 'I'll Always be the Parent of a Murdered Child'
Parole Agents Should Have Found Jaycee Dugard, Report Says
California parole officers failed to properly supervise the man accused of holding Jaycee Dugard captive for 18 years and missed numerous opportunities to free her, according to a scathing report released today by the Office of the Inspector General. A monthslong investigation headed by California
California Official Admits Failure in Jaycee Dugard Case
Parole Officers Ignored GPS Inconsistencies and Reports of Children on Phillip Garrido's Property
Former Garrido Victim Faces 'Creepy' Attacker in Court
Katie Hall Was Attacked in 1976, Seeing Him in Court Was 'Much Scarier' Than She Thought