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'Their address was 1122': Web sleuths explore dark theory behind slain Idaho victims' house number

As the hunt for a suspect continues, bizarre claims and wild theories have kept springing up on social media
Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were brutally murdered (xanakernodle, kayleegoncalves/Instagram; Screenshot from Good Morning America)
Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were brutally murdered (xanakernodle, kayleegoncalves/Instagram; Screenshot from Good Morning America)

MOSCOW, IDAHO: As the investigation into the University of Idaho killings continues, many on social media are posting spurious claims about the horrific murder. Conspiracy theorists on various social media platforms are now exploring some of the dark theories behind the slain victims' house number. One such user wrote on Twitter, “Is anyone else spooked by the fact that the address of the girls in the Idaho murders was 1122 and the murders took place November 2022?  #Idaho #idahohomicide” “Idaho murders- not just address is 1122 King road- it's also next to Queen road,” another added. 

“Luciferian sacrifice. Queen Road. King Road. Moscow, Idaho. 1122 King Road, 11th month of 22nd year. 4 students were killed at 4:00 am. 44 FBI agents are on the case,” a user remarked. Some even predicted the probable dates on which the police may be able to locate the suspect. One user noted on November 21, “Idaho murders last week at ‘1122’ number. Will they find the suspect tomorrow 11/22?” “That Idaho address is 1122. College students high school students middle school children and elementary you all need to be with your eyes open your mouth shut in your ears at 100,” another added. 


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This is the latest in a string of conspiracy theories that took hold of social media since the gruesome murders on November 13. Some theories claimed that the 9 calls that were made to Jack DeCoeur may hold the key to the suspect in the case, while some alleged that the killer could be female, and many even pointed out the possibilities of two suspects. Meanwhile, Moscow Police Department released a page earlier to refute some of the rumors circulated on social media.






The page reads, “Detectives are looking to develop a context for the events and people involved in the four murders at 1122 King Rd in Moscow, Idaho.” Anyone with information about the crime or a tip about the victim's whereabouts, or a suspicious person in the area is asked to call 208-883-7180 or email Meanwhile, James Fry, the head of Moscow police, appealed to the public for assistance on Sunday in solving the vicious stabbing deaths. He said at a news conference, "Anyone who has observed any notable behavior or has any video surveillance or can provide relevant information about these murders please call our tip line," NBC News reports.