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May 13, 1992 | LEWIS BEALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They found her lying at the bottom of a stairwell. She was on her back, fully dressed in jeans and a blouse, with a down-filled overcoat placed carefully over her body. She hadn't been sexually assaulted, but her face showed the bruises of a severe beating, and the foam-like saliva coming out of her mouth was an inescapable sign of strangulation.
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May 31, 1998 | DAVID KINNEY, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In the wood-paneled Downtown Club, the Vidocq Society is having lunch. The setting is elegant, the topic anything but. This group of present and former law enforcement sleuths is trying to find a way to identify a dead boy found 41 years ago in a box. A police officer and a local newspaper reporter pause between bites of chicken and steamed vegetables to lay out what's known. When the body was found off a rural road, investigators back in 1957 noted some strange details.
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May 31, 1998 | DAVID KINNEY, ASSOCIATED PRESS
In the wood-paneled Downtown Club, the Vidocq Society is having lunch. The setting is elegant, the topic anything but. This group of present and former law enforcement sleuths is trying to find a way to identify a dead boy found 41 years ago in a box. A police officer and a local newspaper reporter pause between bites of chicken and steamed vegetables to lay out what's known. When the body was found off a rural road, investigators back in 1957 noted some strange details.
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May 13, 1992 | LEWIS BEALE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They found her lying at the bottom of a stairwell. She was on her back, fully dressed in jeans and a blouse, with a down-filled overcoat placed carefully over her body. She hadn't been sexually assaulted, but her face showed the bruises of a severe beating, and the foam-like saliva coming out of her mouth was an inescapable sign of strangulation.
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