Today in True Crime History: December 20

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1968 — David Arthur Faraday and Betty Lou Jenson, both teens, are shot and killed on Lake Herman Road in Benicia, California. They are victims of the Zodiac killer.

1976 — Beth Doe is found murdered in White Haven, Pennsylvania. She was pregnant when she was killed and is believed to be a European immigrant. Her identity remains unknown.

1994 — The body of a woman is found in Sugarloaf, Pennsylvania near a strip mine. She’d been there up to two years. Her identity remains unknown.

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