Wow, this cold case really got some heat now!
If you don’t know, the tragic Delphi massacre has been unresolved for over 5 years. February 13, 2017, 14 years old Liberty “Libby” German And 13 years old Abigail “Abby” Williams Libby’s sister probably landed on the Delphi Historic Trail in Indiana to meet someone. The two girls were hiking on the Manon High Bridge trail when they got lost, never to be seen alive again. Their bodies were later found on the banks of Deer Creek, about half a mile away.
Police have a few big clues, mainly thanks to Libby, whose mind was present to turn on his phone and record a man’s voice saying “down the hill” as well as a granular video of someone approaching them. Video uploaded Snapchat, Shows a white man wearing faded jeans, a blue jacket and a hoodie He had a hand in his pocket as he approached.
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At the beginning of this year, there was a possible break in the interrogation of a person by that name Kegan Klein Was excavated. The Shit of murder The podcast showed that he actually confessed to contacting Libby when he was asleep the night before his disappearance. Klein was catfish with photos of a young model, using them to undress underage girls. He is, in fact, already in prison, awaiting trial on child pornography charges. You can read more about that lead here.
But there is another potential suspect to discuss.
See, according to a The FBI Affidavit published by Shit of murder In the podcast, 15 different tipstars identified the man in the Libby photo and called the police Ron Logan. You To be able to See image similarities. And FBI investigators determined that his voice was “inconsistent” with the recording. Apparently Logan was even arrested in 2017!
Delphi locals were questioned by police and told that a friend had taken him to the store to buy tropical fish 20 miles away between 2 and 2:30 that day. He told a relative to tell police he arrived home between 5 and 5:30; However, a search warrant later found that police believed he had told a family member a lie – they said he had made a statement that was “intentionally designed to deceive.”
Logan also owns the property where the girls’ bodies were found. He said Inside version Back in 2017:
“You can’t believe this horrible thing that happened to the community and the families actually happened here on my property, in my backyard.”
Logan even spoke to the outlet about the photograph, saying:
“The picture is of very poor quality. I don’t think I’ve seen anyone. “
Logan was arrested but has not yet been formally identified as a suspect, despite circumstantial evidence. Just being sure wasn’t enough. If he is involved, it is too late to ask him any more questions. He died in 2020.
To learn more about these and other leads, check out the latest updates from the local news station (below):
Anyone with new information about the case should contact Indiana State Police [email protected] Or call 765-822-3535.
[Image via Fox 59/YouTube.]