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Who killed them? Missouri’s Feeney family murders remain unsolved

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Feeney family murders remains a mystery in the Ozarks for over 20-years. One weekend in February 1995 Jon Feeney, a science teacher at Glendale High School, was at a work conference in the Lake of the Ozarks. That same weekend, his family including his wife Cheryl, 6-year-old son Tyler, and 18-month-old daughter were murdered at their home in Springfield.
MISSOURI STATE
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The Deadly Catfish the Resulted in Two Murders

Jenelle Potter was in her thirties. Due to a combination of medical conditions and strict parents, she was isolated from her peers. Moving to a new town did not make this easier, especially in Mountain City, Tennesse. Jenelle would openly state that she felt isolated as she was not born in the town.
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Scot Kidd takes stand in his own defense in first-degree murder trial

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) -The man accused of killing an elderly Iowa couple in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura took the stand in his own defense. He’s charged with two counts of first-degree murder and will spend life in prison if found guilty. Scot Kidd is charged with the murders...
IOWA, LA
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Murders of Missouri’s Feeney family remain unsolved over 20 years later

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Feeney family murders remains a mystery in the Ozarks for over 20 years. One weekend in February 1995 Jon Feeney, a science teacher at Glendale High School, was at a work conference in the Lake of the Ozarks. That same weekend, his wife Cheryl, 6-year-old son Tyler, and 18-month-old daughter were murdered at their home in Springfield.
MISSOURI STATE
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Forensic chemist says Scot Kidd’s DNA at murder scene

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) -The day after Hurricane Laura an Iowa couple was shot to death in their South Thompson Avenue home. Scot Kidd is now on trial for two counts first degree murder. Zoren O’Brien, 81, and Joan O’Brien, 73, were found shot to death in the home on...
IOWA, LA
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Victim of Atlanta child murders to receive headstone at memorial

HOGANVILLE, Ga. - A 9-year-old boy who was a victim in the Atlanta child murders back in 1980 will receive a new memorial in his honor over the weekend. Anthony Carter was laid to rest in Hogansville. Carter's grave never got a headstone, like many of the other victims of...
ATLANTA, GA
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‘Only Murders in the Building’: The Ending Explained

The final episode of season 1 of Only murders in the building it’s a tremendously satisfying ending. And the adverb of mode is not gratuitous. It is not usual for a series to have such a round end of the season. I don’t mean the cliffhanger that ties into season 2 of Only murders in the building, which depending on how they solve it in the next ten chapters in 2022 it will be good or bad, but at the end-end that reveals the murderer of the series: when once the identity of the murderer is revealed, we enter into justifications and know the murderer and his motives. If you liked the series, if you have lived it like us (fans of the noir genre in any format, and true crime) it is inevitable that you have asked yourself three big questions when listening to the confession of Jan (Amy Ryan): had he killed before? Is she a psychopath? Did she mean it when she said she loved Charles? It is normal that you ask yourself, and that so many questions leave you ‘bassooned’ or flabby. Normal. The most important, I think, is whether the serial killer is a serial killer. And the answer is yes, whether or not he has killed before. Of the crime of passion there are no clues, now well of the crime of a murderer who enjoys it, there is a lot. And I don’t mean premeditation. There are many clues. Starting with the very detail that Jan’s character has his poisons perfectly organized with labels in a not innocent little drawer in his bathroom. But above all, because of the language he uses when he confesses to Charles (Steve Martin) how much he enjoys what he does. Tim Kono’s death is not really a crime of passion, but Tim Kono is a circumstantial victim: he happened to cross Jan’s path. You don’t have to be Detective Elliot Stabler, the most lucid detective mind on television (Mabel is right), to reach that conclusion. You just have to add one plus one.
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Pennsylvania woman charged in Surf City murders faces additional charges

A Pennsylvania woman previously charged with the murders of her father and his girlfriend received additional charges Wednesday, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer said. Sherry Lee Heffernan, previously charged in the September deaths of John Enders and Francoise Pitoy in Surf City, was charged with possession of a handgun...
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