Kill and Let Live: Ending of the Green River Murders
For the past 19 years the slayings of runaways and prostitutes in the Green River area of Washington State has been the largest unsolved serial murder case in the country. The first victim, Wendy Lee Coffield, 16, of Puyallup was found murdered and floating in the Green River in July of 1982. Within two months the bodies of four more women were found. By November 1983, policed figured that 11 women had been killed by the same man, a serial murderer that would be infamously known as the "Green River Killer".
Gary Ridgway, now known as the Green River Killer, plead guilty this fall to aggravated murder in the deaths of 42 of the 49 women that are missing. Ridgway has admitted to killing six other women that are not on the missing person's list.…
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