Tennessee police are trying to determine if two women killed more than two years ago are victims of a suspected serial killer in Oklahoma and other states. The murders of ten women in Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi and Oklahoma are believed to be the work of one person. Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation officials say the killer may be a long-haul truck driver. The women were mostly drug users or prostitutes and were found nude or nearly naked. Six have been found in Oklahoma and one found in Texas was from Oklahoma. The bodies of the Tennessee women were found in October 2001 in a wooded, deserted area, wearing nothing but shoes. The two were last seen at a bar popular among truckers and police are trying to determine if they should be added to the list. Police from across the South are to meet in Oklahoma City next week to compare notes.