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The Freeman family murders occurred in Salisbury Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1995. Two brothers, 17-year-old Bryan Freeman and 16-year-old David Freeman, and their cousin, 18-year-old Nelson "Ben" Birdwell III, brutally murdered the brothers' parents, Brenda and Dennis, and 11-year-old younger brother, Erik, at their family home. For several years the brothers had been embracing neo-Nazi culture, though this had escalated in the months leading up to the killings, with t… View Listing »
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Christopher Willcut was discovered deceased in his home at 218 S. Richmond on February 26, 1995 at 7:10 AM. Willcut was last seen the previous evening when he took his roommate to work. When Willcut failed to pick up the roommate from work the roommate discovered Willcut dead from a gunshot wound. There was no indication of forced entry into the residence. The case remains unsolved. View Listing »
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