In Chillicothe, Ohio, a small rural town in the foothills of the Appalachians, residents are on edge as four out of six missing women have turned up dead—all four bodies in secluded, outdoor areas. The body of Tiffany Sayre, 26, was law enforcement's latest discovery.Only one of the deaths has been officially ruled a homicide. While authorities aren't actively seeking a serial killer, they do say that the victims fit a general profile: Younger, suffering from drug addiction and in some cases, engaged in prostitution. "You have mysterious circumstances surrounding six different women in a little over a year, then four of them are found deceased," said Chillicothe police spokesman Bud Lytle. "It's definitely an odd case, and nothing is off the table."