"Didn't discover it, but saw the guy who did discover it. I worked in a clean dirt landfill when I was 18 driving bulldozers and excavators. Basically the land was below grade and they were taking clean dirt excavated from houses and buildings, and dumping it on the site. Someone once dumped a dead dog in a garbage bag and threw it in the back of a dump truck, it got loaded with dirt and brought to the site. The other dozer operator, Bill, was pushing the pile and the bag ripped open and he found the dead dog. As you can imagine, he was pretty mad about it. Well, a few years later, he was pushing a pile and another garbage bag rolled out of the dirt and the blade of the bulldozer caught the edge of it and ripped the bag. He saw hair come out of the bag, so he stopped the machine and jumped down. He was expecting to find another dog, and pulled the bag open...
I was in the office trailer when he came in. He said 'call the cops, there is a body out there...' No one believed him straight away until you noticed how white he was, and it was clear that he had just finished puking. I never saw the body, but apparently it was a young East Indian female. If I remember correctly she was unclothed, and hog tied from her feet to her neck and her hands, behind her back. She was stuffed into the garbage bag with other household trash. When Bill jumped down and ripped open the bag, it was the back of her head he could see. Her head slumped out of the bag and basically looked up at him (I don't know if her eyes were open or closed) and he almost instantly started puking. They caught the guy who killed her, her husband who was a dump truck driver. They had a log of him being on the premises and dumping there, but the big clincher was the other trash in the garbage bag with her. There was empty beer cans with a manufacturing codes on them in the bag. In the fridge at their home, there was more beer with the same manufacture code. Not sure how much time he got, but I know he went to jail for her murder. Bill was pretty traumatized for a long time after that. Happened in about 1991 to 1996 or so in Delta BC, Canada. The truck driver and the woman were from Surrey BC if anyone wants to find the story. I've looked before but can't find it" (Source).