Phillip Garrido, called "Creepy Phil" by his neighbors, is now being
looked at as a suspect in a series of murders of prostitutes. He also
wrote songs about his love of little girls.
Police seeking evidence in several unsolved murders uncovered bone fragments on property adjacent to the home of convicted sex offender Phillip Garrido. Police reports indicated the fragments are "probably human."
Garrido became a person of interest in the killings after his arrest because the women reportedly went missing around Garrido's former place of business. Forensic tests are still needed to determine the age and origin of the bone fragments.
Also, a former customer of Garrido's printing company says three years ago, Garrido gave him a copy of music he wrote and performed. The 20 songs on CD were, according to Garrido, written when he was in federal prison for kidnapping and rape. In one song, Garrido sings about being captivated by a "little child."