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Topic - Megan Waterman
The bones of the burlap-wrapped bodies lay along a stretch of deserted beach. They were found three years ago, and their killer remains unknown and at large. What is known is that they were young women who made their money from prostitution, advertising their services on the Internet.
Los Angeles County authorities said a tour bus accident Thursday morning in Rosemead left two people with moderate injuries and 20 people with minor injuries.