Murder House where Kohberger allegedly killed 4, demolished


The University of Idaho proceeded with the demolition of the murder house where four students were brutally killed, allegedly by Bryan Kohberger.

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 The families of the victims argue that the residence held crucial evidentiary value and sent out a last-minute appeal for the house to be preserved till Kohberger’s trial. 

Prosecutors charged Bryan Kohberger with the murders. They allege that in the early morning hours, he entered an off-campus home housing University of Idaho students. And committed the brutal stabbings. 

The surviving roommate’s account, witnessing a man in black walking through the home and hearing cries, adds a chilling layer to the narrative. Kohberger’s identification reportedly involved DNA found on a knife sheath and surveillance footage of a white Hyundai Elantra, matching the vehicle he drove.

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Murder House Controversy

The tragic murders occurred in the early morning of November 13, 2022, when four University of Idaho students—Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, Maddie Mogen, and Ethan Chapin—were stabbed to death in their sleep.