Chillicothe, Ohio Killer
The small town of Chillicothe, Ohio has been haunted by the disappearance of six women, many of whom were mothers of small children. Charlotte Trego, a young mother of two, was the first to disappear. She has not been seen since her mother dropped her off at her apartment in early May 2014. A year later, 26-year-old Tiffany Sayre was on her way to the Chillicothe Inn when she disappeared. Her body was discovered wrapped in a sheet in a culvert in a nearby county. Six women have disappeared in all, though only four bodies can be found.
Two years on there are few answers or leads in the case. While the families of the victims are confident that the cases are linked, police aren't as certain. Still, they haven't ruled anything out, including the possibility that a serial killer is on the loose. Authorities assembled a task force, which includes members of the FBI, the county sheriff's department and local authorities, to study the series of tragedies. Suspected serial killer Neal Falls, who was killed by an escort he attacked in 2015, may be linked to the crimes, while police believe a convicted torturer named Ernest "Dollar Bill" Moore may have information about the missing six women. But for now, there are no answers for the families of the victims, or the terrified town.