3. I hate to say this, nothing in the article even suggest anything but a natural death
Now, if I was a betting man, I would bet this is was done by a "monster" but given what we know RIGHT NOW, these children may have died from natural causes (for example, they bikes was involved in an accident, throwing them onto the ground and both died due to injuries incurred in the accident and animals carried they bodies 25 miles away. I am not saying I believe that happen, but it could have, it is possible just like walking back wards from New York City to Los Angles is possible, don't bet on it, but it is possible).
Just a comment, we have to wait to see what caused these two children to die and what evidence can be gathered as to who did it. We can NOT jump to a conclusion that is was anything but a natural death until we hear from the Medical Examiner. I know their bikes were found 25 miles away from their bodies and increases the likelihood of foul play, but we have to see what the experts can derived from the remains before we jump to to many conclusions.