The Moose Lodge 'connection': Idaho victims made 911 call about 'intoxicated person' day before murders

University of Idaho students Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21 were found dead on November 13

The Moose Lodge 'connection': Idaho victims made 911 call about 'intoxicated person' day before murders
A web detective believes either Madison Mogen or Kaylee Goncalves had made a 911 call from the Moose Lodge (Twitter/@ladydigging, Instagram/@kayleegoncalves)
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MOSCOW, IDAHO: One of the victims in the gruesome murder of four students in Moscow, Idaho apparently made a 911 call from a nearby college bar the night before the slaying, internet sleuths believe.

University of Idaho students Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Kaylee Goncalves, 21 were found dead inside a house near the campus in what a law enforcement official said was a "crime of passion." The discovery was made Sunday afternoon, November 13, after police responded to a report of an unconscious person at a residence near the university campus in Moscow, Idaho. The deaths have since been described as an "apparent homicide."

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A Twitter user who goes by Quaker Lady (@ladydigging) came up with a theory after analyzing Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) data and matching them with the reported timeline of events. She said she believed either Madison Mogen or Kaylee Goncalves had made a 911 call from the Moose Lodge on 210 N Main Street, Moscow, with the police report stating the caller said, "Her boyfriend told her an intoxicated person, possibly male, is causing issues there." Officers reportedly responded to the scene but there were no further details recorded.

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The sleuth said she believed the students were "harassed" by a male suspect at the Moose Lodge, near The Corner Bar, before they decided to call the police.

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Quaker Lady said she reported to the authorities how the 911 call placed to the Moscow Police Department at 21.09 local time was consistent with the actions of Madison and Kaylee, who called their boyfriends on the night of the homicide.

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The Twitter detective also posted a photo showing what appeared to be the inside of Moose Lodge. The image, also sourced from OSINT, appeared to show a knife/axe-throwing range and target with a cropped-out individual, as well as what appeared to be a knife lying on the floor. The user said the GPS tag and timeline of the footage were consistent with the slaying.

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The details have been reported to the Moscow Police Department, who are seeking the public's help to solve the quadruple homicide that has garnered nationwide attention and dominated headlines in the past week. Per the latest information by Moscow PD, detectives are aware of multiple phone calls from victims Madison and Kaylee to a male on the night of the murder.

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For now, investigators are seeking all outside surveillance video taken from "3.am to 6.am on Sunday, Nov 13, 2022, from businesses and residences within the geographical area below." They are requesting all available footage, "whether there appears to be motion and content or not." Tips, pictures, and videos can be submitted to [email protected] or call the Tip Line at 208-883-7180 for assistance. The investigation continues.

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