Heartbreaking videos show final moments of slain Idaho students dancing with pet dog during Halloween

Their Halloween celebration video recordings feature a pet dog called Murphy, shared by Kaylee Goncalves and her ex-boyfriend Jack DuCoeur

Heartbreaking videos show final moments of slain Idaho students dancing with pet dog during Halloween
The videos were shot inside the house before the slaying of the three roommates Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and one of the victim's partners Ethan Chapin on November 13 (TikTok)
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Tragic final videos of the four murdered Idaho students enjoying their time together in their shared home as they sing, dance, and celebrate Halloween has been revealed by the a source. The videos were shot inside the house before the slaying of the three roommates Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and one of the victim's partners Ethan Chapin on November 13. 

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The recordings also feature a pet dog called Murphy, shared by Kaylee Goncalves and her ex-boyfriend Jack DuCoeur. The Moscow Police Department has revealed that Murphy survived the quadruple attack and is in the custody of Kaylee's on-and-off boyfriend, Jack, as per the New York Post. With the murderer still at large, Kaylee and her Tiktok videos featuring her pup have gone viral. 

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The adorable dog can also be found with fellow victims Maddie Mogen and Xana Kernodle. The girls reportedly lived a happy college life while sharing a six-bedroom house along with Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke, the two survivors of the incident of horror. 

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The clips, which remain on social media as memories of the slain students, feature the roommates dancing in Halloween costumes and imitating each other for spoof TikTok videos on their house parties, as per the DailyMail

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As per the outlet, the police department recorded a gruesome skinning and killing of another dog just three weeks before the killings. However, they have not considered it as a potential clue in the murder investigation which has received much criticism. 


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"I can understand the local cops don’t want to spread fear amongst a local community already on edge, especially considering no suspect, no motive or no murder weapon have been identified, but to convincingly rule it (the dog killing) out seems a very interesting and somewhat rash decision," a source told RadarOnline calling their assessment a "rush to judgment." "It’s been long established that individuals who have the capability of killing four people in this manner start their killings on animals. Dahmer. Bundy. Berkowitz. This is a red flag, and it shows murderous traits. These are serial killer tendencies. Police owe it to the community to explain how they can unequivocally dispel a link between these two instances," the insider, who is close to the investigation, revealed to the outlet. 

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The Moscow Police Department is refusing to reveal any suspects or whether they believe the killer was someone known to the girls and had been inside their house before, or if it was a complete stranger who had been stalking them.

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.

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