ALLENSTOWN, N.H. (AP) A graveside service is planned in New Hampshire for two suspected victims of a serial killer who were identified decades after their remains were discovered in a barrel in 1985.
WMUR-TV reports a service is scheduled Saturday for 24-year-old Marlyse Honeychurch and 6-year-old daughter Marie Vaughn in Allenstown. They were buried in a cemetery with a headstone that said they were known "only to God."
Authorities found a total of four decomposed bodies. This year, they confirmed the identities of Honeychurch, Vaughn, and 1-year-old Sarah Lynn McWaters, another daughter of Honeychurch. McWaters will be laid to rest closer to family.
The body of another girl hasn't been identified yet and isn't believed to be related to them. Authorities believe serial killer Terry Rasmussen is responsible for all four deaths and that the unidentified body is his daughter. Rasmussen died in 2010.
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