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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Peter Hill
FBI spokesman Peter Hill said federal agents were launching a task force to re-examine possible ties between Woods' case and a series of unsolved murders of five young women in 1976 in what became known as the "Gypsy Hill Murders."
"I felt the stories should be published because there was reason to believe they might possibly be true," he said, suggesting that the saga of the young girl's disappearance from a holiday resort in Portugal had generated extraordinary interest throughout the world.