'I'd bring a knife': Students reveal University of Idaho's CHILLING vibe after brutal quadruple murders
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: The bodies of Ethan Chapin, 20, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Madison Mogen, 21, were discovered on November 13. Since then, the investigation has been ongoing. Law enforcement officials have remained mum about the case, only responding to inquiries by stating that the information was part of the investigation, as reported by MEAWW.
According to the authorities, it has not been ruled out that more than one person may have been involved in the killings. Police think the murderer or murderers used a fixed-blade knife in the targeted attack. Some University of Idaho students returned to campus on Monday for the first time since the deaths of four fellow students. The police probe into the stabbing murders of four of their classmates went on, but there was no conclusion over a crucial case element.
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Students of the University of Idaho have unveiled the atmosphere of the educational institution and how they are keeping themselves safe after witnessing a horrific murder case of their peers. Recently, Fox News interviewed a few of the students who are back on campus, but the name of the students were not revealed. One of the male students from the University spoke, "I've noticed a lot of my friends that are girls have parents that are really scared and that the girls have chosen not to come back. "
Two peers from the University said they carry a weapon for themselves for protection and said, "When it's nighttime. I'd bring a knife with one small little seating protection." The other student said, "Definitely bringing like my taser right with me and making sure I'm not walking alone at night." Another student stated, "I text my family every time I leave. I texture when I get to class. I'll make sure I feel better."
Students also shared their hypothesis regarding who they believe committed the four homicides on November 13 in early morning. A few groups of students said, "I think it's either a student that might be on campus or honestly a serial killer," one responded. "There's like a 50% chance it's probably a student," a second explained.
The Latah County coroner believes that the victims were dozing off when the attacks started. The coroner stated that each person had many stab wounds, some of which were defensive. According to Moscow police, a substantial amount of evidence has been gathered throughout the investigation, including 113 pieces of physical evidence, nearly 4,000 images of the crime scene, and multiple 3-D scans of the house. Reports suggest, police said that detectives will continue to get the results of additional tests after receiving testing and analysis of the crime scene material from Idaho State Police Forensic Services.