Dorothea Puente

FILE -- In this Nov. 17, 1988 file photo, Dorothea Puente, center, is escorted by Sacramento police at the airport as she was brought to Sacramento from Los Angeles by a chartered jet. Puente is the landlady who fled after police began to find bodies buried in the yard of the Victorian rooming house she managed. She was captured in Los Angeles several days later and returned to Sacramento. The home where the Puente had buried the bodies of seven people was one of five featured on the Sacramento Old City Association's home tour on Sunday. She was convicted of three counts of murder in 1993 and spent the rest of her life in prison. She died in 2011 at the age of 82. In the background center, is Sacramento Police Detective John Cabrera, now retired, who was the lead detective on the case and took the tour of the home. (AP Photo/Walt Zeboski, File)

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