Body found wrapped in bloody sheet outside Roswell...
by The Associated Press
11:26 AM, Thursday, October 30
Police say a woman's body was found wrapped in a bloody sheet outside a hotel in Atlanta's northern suburbs. Police say her body was found early Thursday morning, outside the Atlanta Hotel on Old Dogwood Road in Roswell. No details were released r...

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