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Back in the day there was a serial killer who claimed to have killed hundreds of men. He walked right into a police station and admitted it. After a really thorough investigation police discovered the man only killed a couple of people. When a 19 year old female says she has killed more than 22 people but less than 100 you wonder when she found the time and why no one noticed any of the people she supposedly killed had disappeared. Pennsylvania police have been investigating the claims of Miranda Barbour since she was accused of stabbing a man twenty times leading to his death. So far, police have not found any proof she actually killed any of those men she says she killed. They have passed the information to the FBI and Barbour has given them very specific locations of where the deaths and bodies are but so far nothing has been found. I think she is probably very ill and I would be shocked if she actually killed any other people than the one she is charged with killing.
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