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It was a crisp November night in Moscow, Idaho, and Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves were enjoying a night out at The Corner Club, a popular sports bar in downtown. The two 21-year-old best friends, both seniors at the University of Idaho, were chatting and laughing over their drinks as they caught up on all the latest gossip.
Meanwhile, across town, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin were also enjoying a night out at a party at the Sigma Chi fraternity house. The two marketing majors, both 20 years old, had been at the party since 8pm, but as the night wore on, they started to get tired and decided to head back home.
It was just after 1:45am when Mogen and Goncalves left The Corner Club, hailing what they thought was an Uber to take them home. The short ride took them back to their shared rental house on the outskirts of campus, where they were greeted by their two roommates, who had returned home earlier that night.
But little did they know that danger lurked just around the corner. As the four young students settled in for the night, an unknown assailant entered the house through an unlocked door. With surgical precision, the attacker made their way from room to room, stabbing each of the victims multiple times as they lay sleeping.
The murders were particularly brutal, with blood splattered all over the walls and floors of the house. It was clear that the attacker had a deep hatred for these young students, and was determined to see them all dead.
As the sun rose on Sunday morning, the surviving roommates woke up to a grisly scene. Upon discovering their friends’ lifeless bodies, they immediately called 911, frantically asking for help. But it was too late. All four victims were pronounced dead at the scene.
As the news of the murders spread like wildfire across the small college town, fear and panic set in. Who could have committed such a heinous crime? And why?
Investigators quickly launched a full-scale investigation, combing through every inch of the crime scene in search of clues. They interviewed countless witnesses and scoured through hours of surveillance footage, determined to find the person responsible.
As the days turned into weeks, the case seemed to hit a dead end. There were no leads, no suspects, and no motive. It seemed as though the killer had simply vanished into thin air.
But just when it seemed all hope was lost, a break in the case finally came. A witness came forward with a key piece of information, linking a local man named Jack DuCoeur to the murders. DuCoeur, a fellow student at the University of Idaho, had a troubled past and a known grudge against Mogen and Goncalves.
As investigators delved deeper into DuCoeur’s background, they found a web of lies and deceit. It turned out that DuCoeur had been stalking Mogen and Goncalves for weeks, consumed by jealousy and rage after they broke up. And on the night of the murders, he had finally snapped, sneaking into their home and brutally attacking them as they slept.
As the shocking truth emerged, the community was left reeling. How could such a heinous crime have been committed by someone they thought they knew? And how many more lives might have been lost if DuCoeur had not been caught?
In the end, justice was served as DuCoeur was arrested and charged with four counts of murder. And while the families of Mogen, Goncalves, Kernodle, and Chapin will never be able to fully heal from the trauma of their loved ones’ deaths.