TWO DOVER HILLS TEENS FOUND EVISCERATED
“It was a regular Friday, like any other,” Informs the student council Vice President, “and I was just going over to Stacy’s to work on council predicaments… When I got there, she didn’t answer her door, so after I called her a predominant amount of times I decided that she had probably ran late from her job.” But what Cecil found next, he could hardly believe. In her own car that she had pooled her money to buy, Stacy lay dead, blood splashed over all the windows and insides turned out. “I ran. Well, after I threw up. I didn’t know what else to do,” Cecil told. A normal response for any person of his age. When Cecil got to the police and they arrived back at the scene, nothing had changed.
With a murder on the loose, the authorities were busting through the town, searching every crack and crevice. That is why the next victim, Blake Turner (16), was found before his friends or family could go looking for him. Blake’s situation was different, but was still able to tie in to the last killer. Police reports told that the returning sophomore was tied to a post at Jeweling Field, where he went to practice alone. When he was found, his stomach had been cut open vertically, almost like a dissection. It was said that he may have had to witness this before dying from blood loss. The only lead the police found from both of the murders was a text from an untraceable number.