Convicted killer Wesley Shermantine spoke out with a letter from death row to the CBS station in Sacramento. Meanwhile, the search for victims of the “Speed Freak Killers” has entered its second week.
Authorities say cadaver dogs will be used to search for human remains in dozens of dirt piles on an abandoned cattle ranch in San Joaquin County.
Crews were again using a large backhoe to search a rural well where a convicted killer said he and a friend dumped several bodies during a murder spree known as the Speed Freak Killings.
Authorities are back excavating an abandoned well in search of more human remains believed to be victims of the notorious “Speed Freak Killers.”
Searchers using information provided by a convicted California serial killer have recovered the remains of a second person.
The newest development into the disappearance of Michaela Garecht involves two convicted killers known as the “Speed Freak Killers.”