'His eyes look evil, even then': Internet digs out 'creepy' pic of man who appears to be Bryan Kohberger
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: Internet sleuths have found a picture of what looks like Idaho murder suspect Bryan Kohberger, with many calling it 'creepy'. Kohberger, 28, has been accused of fatally stabbing Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20, in their off-campus three-story rented home on November 13, 2022. Kohberger was arrested in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania, on December 30, after a massive manhunt.
"Found a picture of Bryan. The caption is "Oldie" but the upload date is 2016.. (So dont know how old the photo is)," one user wrote on Facebook. MEAWW could not independently confirm the information or who the people in the picture are.
"Soulless eyes," one user commented on the picture. "His face is legit weird, and his fake smile always looks painted on, I wouldn't talk to him," one user commented. One said, "Wow. I’ll bet those kids are freaked at this picture now… a mass murderer in their back seat yikes." "He’s Creepy looking," one user said.
"He looks not right in that pic," one user said, while another wrote, "His eyes look evil, even then." "Even had those crazy eyes back then....," one user said. Another wrote, "What a creep. If he really did this to those poor kids, I can’t even look at him without seeing a monster."
Meanwhile, records of evidence recovered from Kohberger's house were unsealed on Wednesday, January 18. Cops searched his Washington apartment after his arrest in Pennsylvania and found possible animal hair strands, disposable gloves, and items with red and brown stains. They have also recovered receipts, mattress covers, and the dust container of a vacuum cleaner. Among other things, they also collected a Fire TV stick during their search. All of these recovered items are now being stored at the Washington State University Police department.
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