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"Wild Bill" Contact At Least Three Property Owners In Costa Rica

It is still unknown as to why William Holbert "Wild Bill", the alleged serial killer and his wife passed up Costa Rica after leaving Panama.

Wild Bill, who has already admitted to killing seven people in Panama, is said to have contacted at least 3 people in Costa Rica who were offering their properties for sale by way of the internet.

The couple had rented a cabin and a house in the Turrialba area, but fled shortly after without settling in and put into play they ruse of while pretending to buy property would kill the owners and take over their assets.

Panamanian officials are continuing to dig for victims, which is expected to be near 20.

Costa Rican authorities have learned that potential victims in Grecia, Alajuela, were contacted by the killer couple.

And it was perhaps the cunning of the Grecia owner, who inquired about their potential buyers, that set off the couple on the run and the manhunt that ended when Wild Bill and his wife stared down the rifles of the Nicaraguan army in the San Juan river.

Panamanian investigators believe that Will Bill had contacted at least three properties owners in Costa Rica before leaving Panama.

The killer couple would target property owners who were alone and could easily disappear without arousing too much attention. Panamanian authorities believe the murder of Cheryl Hughes and Mike Brown, two ex-pat Americans in Bocas del Toro, Panama, were the first victims.

Residents of Bocas del Toro were surprised to learn of whom their neighbours were when the couple made international news headlines.

Willd Bill is also wanted by the FBI for crimes allegedly committed in North Carolina.

Currently the couple are in detention in Panama.







 
 
 
 
 

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