Allenstown, New Hampshire
November 10, 1985
On November 10, 1985, the unidentified remains of an adult female (victim 1) and juvenile female (victim 2) were discovered in a 55 gallon metal barrel and covered with a tarp. They were located in a wooded area behind a trailer park adjacent to Bear Brook State Park near Allenstown NH. Victim 1 is a white female aged 22-33 years old and victim 2 is a white female aged 5-11years old. On May 9, 2000, a second barrel was discovered approximately 100 yards from the first barrel with the skeletal remains of victim 3 and victim 4. Victim 3 is a white female aged 2-4 years old and victim 4 is a white female aged 1-3 years old. All four victims were killed between 1980–1985 and possibly as early as 1977. DNA analysis revealed that victims 1, 2 and 4 are maternally related, or 1 being the mother of 2 and 4. Victim 3 is not maternally related to victim 1, yet there is a possibility of paternal relationship to the other juveniles. All four victims were likely living in the same area for the last 2-3 months of their lives.