'The killer is a female': Internet comes up with wild theories about University of Idaho killer

'A spurned romantic interest is frequently a motive for murder. A knife would be a weapon used by females,' one netizen claimed

'The killer is a female': Internet comes up with wild theories about University of Idaho killer
Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were brutally murdered on November 13 (Screenshot from Fox News/YouTube)
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: The internet is known for throwing up some wild theories about some of the most sensational murder cases and the University of Idaho massacre is no different. A new theory has been making the rounds now, claiming the killer is a female who used a knife to kill all four students - Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves. A user wrote on Twitter, “It is, in today's world, likely the killer is a female. Photos the two girls shared could give someone the impression either or both were lesbians. A spurned romantic interest is frequently a motive for murder. A knife would be a weapon used by females.” 

“I’m watching closely the investigation of the murder of 4 students in Moscow - Idaho. Here’s my theory of what happened: two people did it, somebody, they knew and at least one is a girl. I also believe the killer is a student at the university,” another added. When asked by another user, "Why do you think one is a girl?" the user replied, “Good question. I believe Kaylee, Madison, and Xana were the target. Ethan was at the wrong place at the wrong time. No sexual assault, this was personal. I believe relationships, jealousy or revenge could be the motive.”

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Many people also pointed at Jack, saying, “Look up Jack. Two girls who died called a Jack over 10 times in the middle of the night.” “Yes, lots of speculation on this jack. If the guy at the food truck is named jack that would make sense as they all went their separate ways when leaving. Maybe this jack was supposed to meet up with them once they got home for something, hence all the phone calls…” another added.  

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All these wild and uproved theories sprung up after police revealed that they were "making progress" on the case and that the behavioral analysis unit was developing a profile of the suspected murderer. However, the said profile has not been made public yet. Earlier, a source told Fox News that the front door with a keycode, one of two main entry points, was frequently used to enter the home and many people knew how to access it. "Most frequently, people used the door that was located in the basement, and then you took a set of stairs to get to the main floor. When I would go there, the code wouldn't be activated, so we could just open the door and get in,” the source remarked. 

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This article contains remarks made on the Internet by individual people and organizations. MEAWW cannot confirm them independently and does not support claims or opinions being made online.

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