West Mesa Bone Collector



 In February 2009, a dog walker discovered a human bone on what’s known as the West Mesa of Albuquerque, New Mexico. This discovery resulted in the largest crime scene, area-wise, in US history the dumping grounds of an unidentified killer, known to locals as the “Bone Collector.”

The remains of eleven women, all prostitutes, were eventually excavated from the area; in the years since, not  a single shred of promising evidence has been unearthed. No DNA; no potential murder weapons; no possible character descriptions nothing has been found. Sex workers in the area still live in fear of the killer, even though no murders associated with him have been reported for years; some unscrupulous clients even gain the compliance of prostitutes by suggesting that they might be the killer. “He is their bogeyman,” said the founder of Safe Sex Work, a local non-profit. Local police have stopped shrugging off reports of rapes and beatings of sex workers in the area, and a

Bad Date List” a registry of local men who have mistreated prostitutes is now regularly updated. Local sex workers have become exceedingly cautious, and while this may have played a part in foiling the killer’s activities, his identity is still a complete mystery.

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