Duke Southard

Author, Educator, Lecturer

A Murderer Enters the House

Those who watched the 20/20 episode which featured the Stacey Burns murder case know that the killer entered the house through the attached barn. The door to the barn was always open, at least partially because it was broken. This is my fact for the day. However, a question could be raised here. What physical evidence is there that would prove that this was the entrance used by the murderer? Were there footprints in the dirt or dust-covered floor? Was the lock on the door from the barn into the bathroom broken? There must be some reason why this entrance has become a fact in the case.

According to people I’ve interviewed, the slider door and the other door into the house from the porch were always unlocked. What is there that has everyone convinced that the murderer came through the barn? Just wondering . . .

Duke

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