From 1978 to 1979 the remains of two young women were found in bushland near the Australian town of Truro. Police suspected the deaths were connected to the disappearances of five other women who vanished between December 1976 to February 1977. Despite a reward for information, the investigation stalled and there were no leads about the whereabouts of the missing women or the circumstances of those found dead. However, in May 1979 a young women collected the reward after providing detectives with information that lead to the arrest of 40-year-old James Miller, who would then recount for police a story of infatuation, psychosis and murder which claimed the lives of seven young women.
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