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Post Author at Pan HistoriaPortia Devereux posts in Jackson Square

Portia crossed her arms and leaned back against the edge of her desk. Narrowed eyes regarded the noticeboard opposite. Pinned up on it were three photos, three young women whose lives had been cut short: Madison Colgan, Alyssa Brennan and Kayla Early. Alongside was a map of New Orleans, pushpins indicating the sites where their bodies was found.

What connected the trio? she wondered, not for the first time. There had to be something. Some method by which their paths had intersected with the killer who had claimed their lives. She was not a believer in chance or coincidence. Somehow all three had met their killer. Maybe they knew him personally, maybe they didn't, but he had noticed them and marked them out as victims.

Three young women. Other than their relative youth, nothing physically marked them as similar. Different heights, different builds, different hair colours. Madison's wealthy background marked her as different to Alyssa and Kayla. There was only one thing they truly had in common.

Their time on the streets.

"Is that it?" she said aloud. "Is he somehow spotting them when they're living rough? Or is he part of the process of getting them out of that environment?"

All three girls had had a connection to the Foxs. The last victim, Kayla, had even named them as next of kin. Having met them when she was handing out photos of Madison though, she had difficulty picturing either Mr or Mrs Fox as a serial killer.

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