Advertisement

What Happened at 5667 Ashlan Avenue?

FresnoCaliforniaUnited States

Advertisement
Advertisement
  • July 22nd, 2005

    Double homicide. Parricide. On July 22, 2005, 73-year-old Roy Villa Woodley and 71-year-old Angeline Cecilia “Angie” Esparza Woodley were found dead in their Ashlan Avenue home. According to their autopsy reports, they were each stabbed to death with a knife. While Roy had almost 30 puncture wounds on his body, Angie, who, like her husband, was tied up with tape, was stabbed 14 times. During the homicide investigation, officers discovered that Roy and Angie’s estranged son, Phillip Woodley, had recently gotten in touch with his parents. The timing was suspicious. Although Woodley denied any connection to the murders, his friend, Jeffrey Rancour, confessed that he and Woodley planned to rob the elderly couple for some extra cash. Both he and Woodley were high on “ice” during the murders. Rancour claims that he was unaware of Woodley’s true intentions of killing his parents. Woodley disputed this. Phillip Woodley was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and was sentenced to two consecutive life terms, while Rancour plead guilty to manslaughter for a reduced sentence of 18 years.


    References:

  • Last updated 22 days ago
Advertisement
Advertisement

What is Housecreep?

Housecreep is the top real estate website for finding stigmatized properties (i.e. murder houses, reportedly haunted houses, former drug labs etc.) and otherwise noteworthy homes. Easily lookup listings near you where murders and other crimes have occurred, where paranormal activity has been reported and much more.

Housecreep was launched in 2013 by two brothers from Canada. Our aim is to encourage disclosure in the real estate industry, and to help home buyers and renters make informed decisions.

A lot of the information on the website is crowdsourced. If you notice any inaccuracies or spam, please report it to us by using the 'report' button on the listing.

Don't forget to join us on Discord where you can give us feedback, suggest new features, and stay informed about changes to the website.

Meet the Creeps

Robert Bernard Armieri is a short filmmaker, musician, and multimedia developer. He loves The Twilight Zone, oldies music, and can be found haunting the website after dark. He makes indie rock music under the alias Orlon Gunner.

Albert Armieri has worked in research and quantitative analysis for over 10 years. He loves blues guitar, campy horror movies, and can be found tweeting on our official twitter account scanning the shortwave radio band for extraterrestrial broadcasts.

Daily Poll

What's Trending on Housecreep trending_up