Iowa Woman Claims Dad Was Serial Killer Who Murdered up to 70 Women — and That She Helped Bury Bodies

Specialists are exploring the charges of a her lady currently perished father killed many ladies that she covered on the family’s Iowa property.

Talking with Newsweek, Lucy Studey says her late father Donald Dignitary Studey, who died in 2013 at age 75, killed 50 to 70 ladies, a large portion of whom were sex laborers, throughout thirty years. She claims that as a kid, she and her kin had to assist him with discarding the bodies in a well close to Thurman, Iowa.

“I know where the bodies are covered,” Lucy told the power source. “He would simply let us know we needed to go to the well, and I understood what that implied.”

Lucy claims Donald would wound, shoot or strike the tops of his casualties inside a trailer on their property.

After the supposed killings, she said they would move the bodies to the region of the well, through work cart during the more sultry months and sled in the colder time of year.

They would then cover them with soil and lye, as per the power source.

“Each time I went to the well or into the slopes, I didn’t think I was descending. I figured he would kill me since I wouldn’t keep my mouth shut,” she said.

Talking with KETV-television Monday, Fremont District Sheriff Kevin Aistrope said Lucy’s cases are being examined.

“We are effectively researching this, and who couldn’t? I would trust any sheriff’s office in the state, in the event that someone seemed to be this, would [say,] ‘alright, we will examine it,’” Aistrope told the station. “We have a scene, yet we don’t realize whether it’s a crime location,” said Aistrope. “We don’t have casualties, bodies. Nothing.”

In any case, on Friday, two body canines distinguished the fragrance of human remaining parts across four unique destinations on the property, Newsweek reports.

“Today let me know there is the smell of human disintegration nearby,” the canines’ overseer Jim Peters told the power source.

“More work should be finished to affirm that…I feel significantly better about what I saw from the canines, yet I won’t drape my cap on that.”

“I truly believe there’s bones there,” Aistrope added, as per the power source. “It’s difficult for me to accept that two canines would hit in precisely the same places and be bogus.

We don’t have the foggiest idea what it is. The pilgrims were up there. There was Indian Country up there also, however I will more often than not trust Lucy.”

“As per the canines, this is an extremely enormous entombment site,” he said.

As per the Des Moines Register, specialists initially started researching Lucy’s cases in 2021, after she reached the sheriff’s office somewhere around two times.

She supposedly told specialists her father, who died in 2013, would chase after his casualties exactly 40 miles away in the Omaha, Neb., region, and murder “five or six” ladies each, prior year unloading their bodies in or around the 90-foot-profound well on their Iowa property.

“Assuming we had 70 missing people from Omaha-Board Feigns, we would have gotten on that. In this way, assuming that there is 70 individuals, they’re not all from here,” Aistrope told the paper. Newsweek reports that throughout the long term, Lucy attempted to caution educators, church pioneers, and policing. Yet, her cases were not examined by specialists.

“Nobody would pay attention to me,” Lucy said, per the power source. “The educator said family matters ought to be taken care of as a family, and policing said they couldn’t confide in the memory of a kid. I was only a youngster then, at that point, however I recollect everything.” The Iowa Division of Criminal Examination is aiding the examination.