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Two days after her remains had been identified, a young man turned up at the mortuary, asking for permission to take snapshots of the body (which was angrily refused).Employees at the mortuary could not offer any clear description of the man.Curious, he turned the samples over to the lab, who confirmed that that they matched the samples taken from Karen Beineman's ravaged body.In apparent haste to cover up what he *thought* were bloodstains, our hero had led detectives right to the evidence that would prove to be his undoing.Karen's panties were wadded up and stuffed into her vagina, as some kind of sadistic afterthought.Cops found the garment to be covered with with short, dark clipped hairs from someone other than the victim.

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He discovered black paint splashed across his basement floor, surmising that it had been spilled by his wife's nephew, (you guessed it) John Collins, who had been caring for the family dog.A year elapsed before the second victim was abducted, on July 1, 1968.Discovered five days later in Ann Arbor, student Joan Schell had been raped and stabbed no less than 47 times.Leik was later told that Collins had been questioned in connection with the killings, whereupon he hurried home and scraped away the paint, uncovering peculiar brownish stains underneath.Lab analysis showed the stains were only varnish -- *but* in scraping up the paint, Leik had been forced to move the washing machine -- and found *tufts of hair* (relics from his sons' haircuts in the basement).

He discovered black paint splashed across his basement floor, surmising that it had been spilled by his wife's nephew, (you guessed it) John Collins, who had been caring for the family dog.

A year elapsed before the second victim was abducted, on July 1, 1968.

Discovered five days later in Ann Arbor, student Joan Schell had been raped and stabbed no less than 47 times.

Leik was later told that Collins had been questioned in connection with the killings, whereupon he hurried home and scraped away the paint, uncovering peculiar brownish stains underneath.

Lab analysis showed the stains were only varnish -- *but* in scraping up the paint, Leik had been forced to move the washing machine -- and found *tufts of hair* (relics from his sons' haircuts in the basement).

On March 25, construction workers near the scene of Joan Schell's murder stumbled on another corpse.