Keddie murders

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The Keddie Murders an unsolved American murder of 4 people that happened in Keddie, California. The murders took place in Cabin 28 of the Keddie Resort during the late evening of April 11, 1981, or early the following morning.[1]

The victims were Glenna Sue Sharp (née Davis), known as Sue (age 36), her son John (age 15), and his friend, Dana Wingate (age 17).[2]

At some time after the crime was discovered, Sue's daughter, Tina (age 12), was reported missing. Her skull and several other bones were recovered in 1984 in Camp Eighteen, California, which is in Butte County.[3]

The case still remains unsolved. In 2004, Cabin 28 was demolished.[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Exorcising ghosts of past / New owner hopes to reopen resort haunted by 20-year-old slayings". SF Gate. June 10, 2001. Retrieved January 9, 2017.
  2. "Brutal 3-Year-Old Triple Slaying Still Haunts Quiet Plumas Resort". Sacramento Bee. June 22, 1984. Retrieved 2010-12-24. ... By coincidence, it was the day Plumas County sheriff's deputies announced human remains discovered near Feather Falls in Butte County were those of a 12-year-old girl who disappeared from Cabin 28 more than three years ago. ...
  3. Steve Gibson. "Bones Found are Those of Girl Linked to Triple Slaying in Plumas county." Sacramento Bee June 21, 1984.
  4. "Cold Case : Keddie Murders". Crime Magazine. 22 August 2013. Retrieved 9 January 2017.