Is a Serial Killer Visiting the Body Dump Site? The Murders of Diana Shawcroft and Jennifer Lueth

It was Memorial Day weekend in Arizona when two best friends vanished one evening in Glendale, Arizona. Diana Shawcroft, 20, and her best friend Jennifer “Jenny” Lueth, 19, walked to the corner convenience store on May 26, 1996, and were never seen alive again.

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Kym L Pasqualini

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A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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