This month's mystery is a horrific one, and I will start out this post with an additional warning than I usually offer. You might not like what you are about to read, as it involves violence against a child, a woman, and even a newborn, as well as the murder of their hardworking patriarch. This case is hard to stomach, and one that I had a hard time researching.
On November 18, 1987, the bodies of four members of the Dardeen family were discovered in their home. The father, Keith, was missing and initially was suspected of killing his family, only to be found murdered himself later on. A dead family was bad enough, but what was worse was the exact circumstances of their murders.
A while back, I posted to Facebook a bit of truth telling about being an indie author. I have since deleted my Facebook profile and author page as part of my Year of Change, and don't miss it. But before I deleted everything, I searched for this post because what I said is valid, and deserves to be repeated.
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