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Letter Claims Responsibility for Local Soldier's Death

    FAYETTEVILLE -- A person claiming to be the killer of pregnant Army Specialist Megan Touma has written a letter to The Fayetteville Observer newspaper claiming responsibility and threatening to kill more people.

    Touma is from Cold Spring, Kentucky.   She was 7 months pregnant when her body was found in a bathtub last Saturday at the Fairfield Inn in Fayetteville.  

     The cause of death is still under investigation.

     The letter writer used  a symbol similar to one found written in lipstick on a mirror in the hotel room where Touma's body was found.

   The symbol resembles the one connected with the Zodiac Killer in the late 1960s.

    

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