California Police Work to Link Bodies to Serial Killer Case
California investigators continue to dig at an old well for victims of the so called "Speed Freak'' Serial Killers. Death Row inmate Wesley Shermantine says 10 or more people could be buried at the location. A bounty hunter reportedly paid him $33,000 to give up the information about the dig site. Shermantine and his alleged partner-in-crime, Loren Herzog, are accused in dozens of killings during the 1980s and the 1990s. Herzog committed suicide last month. Human bones discovered over the last few days are believed to be victims of the "Speed Freak" Case. California Investigators are gathering evidence from purses, coats, shoes, and jewlery, also found at that site.
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