The skull of a seventh person was found on a Molalla, Ore., hillside where the remains of six others had been discovered, including five women confirmed to be murder victims. The skull was found a short distance from the remains of the sixth victim, a spokeswoman for the Clackamas County sheriff's office said. The search was to resume today. The acting state medical examiner said the skeletal remains of five women indicated violent deaths. The sex of the other victims has not been determined. There were "medical dissimilarities" to victims of the Green River killings in the Seattle area, but "that's not to say they're not related," he said.