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Dead Bodies In Low County Part 3: The Murdaugh Family Mystery Offers Plenty Of Twists And Even More Questions

Sep. 19 2021, Published 2:41 p.m. ET

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The latest development in the Murdaugh family murder mystery, a plot to helping patriarch Alex Murdaugh attempt suicide to collect life insurance money,was certainly a shocker.

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It added yet another wrinkle to the case involving the powerful Murdaugh family in South Carolina. It's a story that involves a boat crash, a double-murder and stolen money. Each time investigators move forward, they find a new wrinkle they have to reexamine.

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In June, Alex Murdaugh’s wife, Maggie, and son, Paul, were found shot and killed at the family’s hunting property in South Carolina, according to Part 1 of a look at the case by FrontPageDetectives.com.

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There have been no arrests but plenty of questions in the Murdaughs’ murder. The investigation has also had connections to a fatal 2019 boat crash and a 2015 cold case. Both that are now earning a fresh look from investigators. Are they tied to the double murder?

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The entire saga involves one of the state’s most powerful legal families and features plenty of surprise developments as Part 2 of FrontPageDetective’s recap into the case showed.

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For the final chapter on other cases that might have led to the double murder, read Part 3 of FrontPageDetectives coverage of the Murdaugh Murder Mystery.

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