This Just Might Be The Most Chilling Murder To Take Place In North Carolina

Outside of Germanton, on a Christmas evening in 1929, Charlie Lawson paced in furious circles around a tree located deep within a thicket of forest. He held a shotgun and his feet left imprints in the fresh snow. A crowd gathered at the house, distant screams and cries heard when they arrived at the Lawson’s, and one of the most atrocious murder-suicides in North Carolina history.

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Have you heard about the Lawson family murder? Do you have your own theory you want to share?