‘My father killed 70 women and made us bury the bodies’: the shocking confession about Donald Studey, who died in 2013

“Has killed about 70 women and he forced us bury the dead bodies». These are the shocking words of one of the daughters of Donald Dean Studey, a man who died in 2013 suspected of having murder dozens of women in Iowa, USA. After a series of unsolved crimes it seems that the police have come up with Studey’s name and the first witnesses appear in his account.

To speak after years is one of the daughters of the alleged serial killer who explained that she was forced, along with her brothers, to dig pits to bury the corpses of the women. Lucy Studey has pointed out to investigators a number of places where bodies are still lying and in those areas the police, together with the canine unit, are conducting surveys.

The woman explained that her father would kill five or six women a year for several decades by burying the bodies in an abandoned well on his property, a plot of land in the small village of Thurma.

All the victims were between 20 and 30 years old and were mostly prostitutes: “He simply told us that we had to go to the well and I already knew what that meant,” the woman told the American press, “Every time there was going or on the hill, I didn’t think I’d go back there. I was convinced he was going to kill me because I couldn’t keep my mouth shut.”

The girls were killed in various ways, stabbed, shot, but most often they were killed by beatings. Most of the crimes were committed in the trailer where the entire family lived. From there the bodies were moved to the estate where they were buried, in the cold months with a sledge, when there was no snow, by cart by the children themselves.

Source : IL Messaggero

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