Bodies found on November 10, 1985( Woman and oldest child)
and May 9, 2000 (2 youngest children)
Estimated date of death: 1980-1984
Woman: Estimated Age: 23-32 years old
Oldest child Estimated Age: 9-10
3rd child Estimated Age: 2-3
4th child Estimated Age: 3-4
Anyone with info should call:
NH state police at (603) 223-3856 OR
Please note the beautiful group composite was done By: Carl Koppleman
The remains of a woman between the ages of 23 and 33 were found with a female child by a hunter on November 10, 1985, wrapped in plastic (perhaps a garbage bag), hidden in a 55-gallon metal drum. The location was relatively close to a store that had previously been destroyed by a fire. The drum the woman and child were in was tipped over and the wrapped remains spilled out.
May 9, 2000, two additional girls were found and were dated to the same time the first two victims were found, around 100 yards away. They were also concealed in the same way as the previous discovery.DNA testing indicated that the woman and at least two of the three children were related maternally.[
Members of the New Hampshire State Police, the FBI, and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children met last week about the case and are in the process of reviewing new scientific data, including isotope analysis of the victims’ hair, bones, and teeth, that might pinpoint what region they lived in based on the drinking water they consumed. They announced the results at a press conference Nov. 17.
Based on evidence and poor dental care, officials believe the four may not have been visible members of society.