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The Nation

Workers with bulldozers began looking for human remains at two rural sites near Toledo, Ohio, after Lucas County Sheriff James Telb said he had reason to believe as many as 75 persons may have been victims of a satanic cult. No remains have been found yet. Telb said he ordered the digging after a three-month investigation in which informants, whom he termed as familiar with cult activities, said a cult of Satan worshipers from Ohio and Michigan had committed the slayings.


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