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    The Benny Evangelista Murder Case - possibly the weirdest unsolved murder I know...

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      The Evangelista Family Murder Case -- 6 members of this Detroit family were killed with an axe. No solution has been forthcoming; case still open.

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      The Benny Evangelista Murder Case -The family was hacked to pieces with an axe.The father's head was left on a chair in the family room.


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