RELIVING A NIGHTMARE A Family Member Talks About Finding The Bodies Of His Loved Ones
Reported by: Elizabeth Norieka
Videographer: Akash Vaghela
Web Producer: Elizabeth Norieka
Reported: May. 16, 2012 8:37 PM EDT
Updated: May. 16, 2012 8:43 PM EDT
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, Boone County
, West Virginia
Richard Linville says it is something that will stick with him the rest of his life, finding his niece and her mother murdered.
Linville says he found Leigh Ann Kinder-Parsons and her mother Sue Kinder Tuesday.
He says both women were tied up and their throats cut.
He says he first found Leigh Ann's 15 year old daughter, under a blanket and crying. He says she told him that her mother and grandmother were dead upstairs.
Linville says he rushed up the stairs and found Sue first. He says she was under a chair.
He says he then found Leigh-Ann under a blanket in a back bedroom.
Linville says he called police immediately and left the house. He says it is a scene that he will never forget.
He also says that he is relieved that Timothy Parsons was arrested. He says that Parsons is an animal and should never be released.
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