It was a desolate, unlit forest about 50 yards off Arcadia Road. The street was unpaved, and this was a seldom used, industrial area. The patch of land was covered by cypress and pines, no doubt chosen as an ideal place to hide proof of a heinous crime, and that proof was eight bodies which had lain in their secret grave for years.
On March 28, 1963, authorities found the decomposed and nearly nude body of a teenager in a desolate farm field 2.5 miles southwest of Alexander, North Dakota. There was no identification with the remains. His blue jeans and shorts were around his ankles, and his shoes were nearby. Inside his pant pockets was a flashlight, and $1.40 in change.
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by M.P. Pellicer