I have been researching the criminal career of serial killer Christopher Wilder in connection to a case, and have come across the same report repeatedly. Several sets of remains were purportedly found on property next to that owned by Wilder prior to his death in April of '84. Wilder had a substantial estate in Boynton Beach, Florida, in the late '70s and early '80s. Some of the reports indicate at least two seperate sets of remains, both female...One set had apparently been there several years, the other was more recent. One of the reports is from Crime Library, which I consider a fairly reliable site. I have searched the internet for more information on these remains, but can't find anything. Though there are literally dozens of articles on Wilder in the archives, none mention these remains. There are no reports of reconstructions ever having been completed on the remains, if they in fact exist. Considering the number of females reported missing in Florida during Wilder's time there, I am surprised that more was not done in reference to these remains. Among these young ladies are Tammi Lynn Leppert, Mary Optiz, and Colleen Orbson-all considered possible victims of Wilder's. I have ordered two books that chronicle Wilder's life...In the meantime, if anyone knows of anything related to these reported remains, plese let me know.