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  • New Hampshire.

  • You can start the story in California.

  • It is a sprawling, interconnected web of anecdotes that sort of unbelievably connect.

  • Police say the hunter discovered the bodies wrapped in plastic in a barrel.

  • If you try to write this as a fictional story, I think people would say it's too unbelievable, but it's the way it happened.

  • Police were 15 years into the case and still very much but Step one.

  • Police had a few initial theories, but they really didn't pan out.

  • No one in the community seemed to know anything about who these people might have been.

  • No, is missing.

  • Who are you?

  • Who are the victims and those responsible for this?

  • Tips would come in, or people would have ideas.

  • You exploit those until they just simply ended on.

  • Then the case would essentially go back on the shelf again.

  • No one has been able to identify the body is a mystery bothers residents today.

  • It's cold.

  • This is the definition of a cold case.

  • Bat changes in the year 2000.

  • A state trooper by the name of John Cody is sort of informally assigned the Allens town case to look into.

  • The first thing that I did was actually go to the evidence repositories to see exactly what the barrel looked like.

  • That barrel was dark in color on the inside and rusted on the outside.

  • Was very surreal, that a mother and daughter were actually inside the barrel itself, disposed of like common trash, and that those things don't happen in New Hampshire.

  • I made the decision to go out and try to locate the actual area that this barrel was found in their break State Park.

  • You're torm between the beauty that you're seeing as you're walking and knowledge that this area is actually where two victims were disposed off in 1985.

  • This is the area that the hunter found.

  • Farrell.

  • As I came back out, I noticed just the terrain difference here off to the left, and it kind of drew my attention.

  • So I started to walk out towards that area.

  • I was just about to wrap it up for the day, and there was like, ah, humping the terrain.

  • It wasn't something that was natural.

  • As I'm walking towards it, you're tryingto talk yourself out of that.

  • It's probably nothing I saw the black plastic, and that's when my heart started to race a little bit.

  • Peel back a little of a plastic and there was a bright white substance inside.

  • I lit it up with my flashlight, and I remember distinctly seeing the outline of a bone.

  • I started to think This doesn't look good.

  • And then when I peel back the plastic a little more on illuminated with my flashlight.

  • It was very evident that this was a human both.

  • There was a 1,000,000 things going through my mind.

  • Was this an area that somebody was dumping their victims?

  • Did we have a serial killer?

  • So what John Cody finds in this second barrel are two more victims to more Children were found in another barrel.

  • All were victims of homicide, two little girls, one estimated to be between the ages of one and three, the other between the ages of two and four.

  • Like the other victims, they were killed with blunt force trauma to the head and stuffed in these barrels and wrapped in plastic.

  • So what was an adult female?

  • And a little girl is now on adult female and three little Children, and the obvious place that that takes investigators is to imagine the business of family.

  • It certainly was a big turning point in the case.

  • There had to be a missing persons report out there somewhere.

  • Unfortunately, they quickly ran out of leads.

  • And, somewhat surprisingly, we're not finding any missing persons case that match.

  • How can you have a mother and three daughters?

  • A whole family just disappear.

  • Who out there is looking for them?

  • And where are they?

  • There is a neighbor.

  • There's a sibling, There's an ant.

  • There's a pediatrician.

  • Somebody knows who these kids are.

  • If this could happen to these people could happen to somebody else around here.

  • There's something so wicked going on right now in this small town to understand how this case is going to get solved.

  • We have to go back to California.

  • They're a woman named Monsoon.

  • June is introducing her new boyfriend to her family.

  • Soon is probably the closest friend I've maybe ever had.

  • We met in a ceramics class at a community center in Richmond, California Munson was in her mid forties.

  • She worked as a chemist.

  • She was an immigrant from Korea, was a free spirit.

  • We always said She was like a bohemian.

  • She loved to explore religions, explore people, different cultures.

  • This woman went around the whole world by herself.

  • But she was.

  • She was, like, full of almost opposite contrast.

  • She was really uneasy about trying to meet guys.

  • She was lonely, She didn't find the love of her life, and I think that opened her up to be vulnerable to people who would take advantage of her.

  • When there was this new boyfriend, a guy by the name of Larry Vanner, she wants to introduce him to the family.

  • But right away it doesn't.

  • It doesn't go well.

  • I opened the door and saw his face.

  • I had a Children down my back that I've never in my life ever had before.

  • And he stuck out his hand to shake my hand, and I saw the long, dirty fingernails that just just creeped me out.

  • Larry would just grab and gobble up everything on the table and belch and eight more, and then he'd go sit on the couch and I just shake my head.

  • Just a few months later, Bunsen was becoming more and more estranged from her family and also her friends, Rosewood call the house and Larry would make a different excuse each time for White.

  • Johnson wasn't there.

  • Well, she's busy taking care of her mother, or she was going to get some therapeutic.

  • Okay.

  • She decided she didn't like me anymore and didn't want me in her life.

  • Who could believe in for one second Rose ultimately rule quite suspicious of that that she issued on ultimatum to Larry.

  • I want you I want to consume to tell me that she's done with our relationship.

  • Our I'm going to get the sheriff involved.

  • Ultimately, what she did was call the police.

  • Detectives don't realize is that this is just the tip of the iceberg.

  • All right, Larry.

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