'Eerie': Eagle-eyed Internet users find Anubis, God of the dead, in Idaho murder house's pic

'Eerie': Eagle-eyed Internet users find Anubis, God of the dead, in Idaho murder house's pic
Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were killed on the third floor and Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen on the second floor (@kayleegoncalves, @xanakernodle/Instagram and Screenshot/NewsNation)

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MOSCOW, IDAHO: As the investigation into the University of Idaho student killings of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Ethan Chapin continues, social media users have ensured they are actively involved every step of the way. An eagle-eyed user posted a snapshot from a recent Dailymail article that showed the house where the tragic killing took place. The user wrote on Twitter with the picture, “Maybe this is a random unrelated tidbit. But did anyone else notice what appears to be an Egyptian deity in this DailyMailUK photograph from the Moscow murders house?” while referring to the blood visible on one of the windows. 

“Anubis,” another user replied. The user later wrote in another tweet, “YUP. Anubis - God of the dead...in the house where 4 youngsters were brutally murdered. It's an eerie coincidence.” “According to Daily mail - this is the home- where the homicides occurred. Look right above the tow truck driver to the window.  I may be incorrect but to me, that looks like a depiction in the window of ANUBIS - GOD OF DEATH from Egyptian mythology,” the user added. 

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According to Britannica, the Ancient Egyptian god of the afterlife as well as the patron god of lost souls and the helpless, Anubis, also known as Anpu, means ‘to decay’ and is symbolized as a jackal or a man with a jackal's head. He held a dominant status as lord of the dead during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom of Egypt. Anubis' image was found on several royal tombs from the First Dynasty of Egypt. He is also said to be the son of Osiris, the Egyptian lord of the underworld and judge of the dead, and Nephthys, goddess of the air. 

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Meanwhile, the investigation is in its third week and cops are yet to make a breakthrough or any arrests. They are appealing to anyone with information to come forward. Earlier during an interview, according to Fox News, Moscow Police Department Chief James Fry said, "We're always going to hold stuff back as much as we possibly can because when you’re talking about the integrity of the case, you’re talking about when this goes to trial, have you tainted jurors?”

“There’s a way bigger picture here than just people knowing. Because for it to be a fair trial, you have to have people who don’t know facts and have already made up their own opinions on them. I think people need to realize that these things take time in order to get the evidence processed and processed properly without destroying it or contaminating it,” he added. Anyone with information about the crime or a tip, or a suspicious person in the area is asked to call 208-883-7180 or email [email protected]

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