The Academy Awards are just a few weeks away. The buzz in the industry is that the best actor award will most likely go to a familiar man who is making a motion picture comeback in a film where he's portraying a young, heavy-set man growing up gay in Idaho.
Words like, "butchered," "gutted corpses," "house of horrors," and other language used by National Enquirer staffers isn't impressive at all, but sadly, that's the bar these "writers" have to rise to. I feel terribly for the parents, siblings, and friends of the deceased.
It's my opinion that the police are doing everything in their power to make an arrest in this case. The rest of us that aren't employed as homicide detectives in Moscow, Idaho, should stand down and leave the investigation to those wearing badges.
If you have any inside knowledge as to the person(s) who might have been responsible for these deaths, please contact the Moscow Police Department, at 208-882-2677. Until a suspect is in custody, police have said there is an immediate threat to the Moscow community.
A national reporting center for unexplained aerial phenomenon recently made public the details regarding an Idaho sighting that occurred four weeks ago, approximately 400 miles northeast of Twin Falls.