The horrific murder of eight-months-pregnant Darlene Haynes, 23, has a small bright spot: The baby girl cut out of her mother's womb is alive and in "fairly good health" according to Massachusetts police. The Associated Press reports that a "horrifying smell" led Haynes' landlord to enter her apartment on Monday, where he found her body wrapped in a blanket in a closet. Evidently, she had been dead for several days. The fetus wasn't discovered missing until the autopsy, which also revealed that Haynes suffered head injuries. On Wednesday, police arrested Julie Corey, 35, of Worcester, Mass., at a homeless shelter in Plymouth N.H. where she was accompanied by a male acquaintance and the baby. Corey's acquaintances had become suspicious of her claim that she had just given birth.