Steve Huff at The Dark Side reported that America's Most Wanted has picked up the case of the Florence, Montana triple murder (The Hair Gallery Massacre) from November 06, 2001, on its website:
Triple Throat Slashing
When a customer showed up for her 11 a.m. manicure at the Hair Gallery in Florence, Montana, she had no idea of the grisly scene she would be walking into.
Instead of being greeted by the always-chipper Dorothy Harris, the 62-year-old salon owner, the customer found Dorothy lying in a pool of blood.
The only other people in the salon were the manicurist, 44-year-old Brenda Patch, and her client, 71-year-old Cynthia Paulus. The three women, all grandmothers, were dead. Each of their throats had been slashed.
"This was a horrific crime scene. There was a tremendous amount of blood everywhere," said Sheriff Perry Johnson.
Police had no suspects until witnesses began to come forward about seeing an oddly dressed stranger lurking around town the morning of the murders. Several described the man as wearing a black duster and fedora style hat.
Unknown Montana Triple Murderer [America's Most Wanted, Feb. 15, 2005]