The two girls found in the water, later identified as Marcia Chapman, 31, and Cynthia Hinds, 17, were both found to have pyramid-shaped rocks lodged in their vaginal cavities. Reay further determined that Chapman, a mother of two who had gone missing two weeks earlier, had been dead for over a week. However, Hinds was believed to have been in the river for a period of only several days.
Quickly, Ainsworth swam toward the riverbank where the truck stood earlier.
Moreover, six months prior to Coffield's discovery, the body of her friend Leanne Wilcox was found several miles from the river in an empty lot.