Eight newborn babies were found buried in the ground of Villers-au-Tertre, a quiet village in northeastern France. Authorities arrested a married couple in their mid-40s in connection with the finding. "They were normal people. How such a thing is possible is unimaginable," said one neighbor. The husband built roofs; the wife was a nurse's assistant. Police said they think they will find more bodies. The killings likely equal the deadliest infanticide in French history.