In March 1976 five members of the family of State Department employee William Bradford Bishop, Jr., were found slain in a shallow grave in rural eastern North Carolina. It was determined that the murders had been committed in the family home in suburban Washington, D.C. Bishop was missing, and the authorities quickly named him the one and only suspect in the brutal and seemingly motiveless crimes. The family station wagon was found abandoned at the western side of Great Smoky National Park. Bishop vanished and since that time has allegedly been an international fugitive. The author, Bishop's roommate senior year at Yale University, has been haunted by this case and its unanswered questions for many years. In this challenging book he puts forth some interesting theories as to what might have happened.
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Published November 23, 2009
Biographies & Memoirs.