The Piketon Family Murders Bonus: Piketon Murders Were A Conversation Starter
Piketon resident, Barbara Archer, states the Piketon family murders was the topic of discussion when people visited the town or when she traveled. Residents were concerned they could become the next victims.
Watch 'The Piketon Family Murders' Special Now
The two-hour special hosted by Beth Karas delves in to the massacre that shook Piketon, Ohio in 2016.
The Piketon Family Murders Bonus: Reporting The Piketon Homicides
Former reporter, Rich Jaffe, explains there has never been coverage of an execution on the scale of the Piketon family murders in the history of Pike County, Ohio.
The Piketon Family Murders Bonus: Supporting Families of The Piketon Murders
Jeff Winkler, journalist for "The Outline", expresses he tried to not exploit the family of the victims grief while covering the tragedy. Pastor Phil Fulton of the Union Hill Church stated the most important thing is to be there for the families.
Who Is The Matriarch Of The Wagner Family?
The 76-year-old grandmother, who is facing charges of obstruction, is an institution in Pike County known by some as a beloved Sunday school teacher who is always giving back to her community.
What Was The Motivation For the Pike County Murders?
The brutal murders of the Rhoden family rocked the village of Piketon Ohio. Seven members of the Rhoden family and one fiancée were shot to death in April 2016. Here is a look at some of the evidence and motives law enforcement explored during the course of their investigation.
Piketon Family Murders May Have Been Motivated By Custody
Investigators believe the slaughter of eight family members in Piketon, Ohio could have been triggered by a custody dispute between one-time lovers Jake Wagner and Hanna Rhoden.
Why Was The Rhoden Family Targeted In Pike County Murders?
The murder of eight people, all members of the Rhoden family, rocked Piketon, Ohio. What do authorities think happened?
The Familes Involved In The Piketon Murders
With children and family members left behind and another family later arrested, the sprawling interpersonal ties of the Rhoden family murders sparked interest in the case.
Family Tree of the Pike County Murder Investigation
In 2016, eight people were murdered in Pike County. All but one of the victims, a fiancée, belonged to the Rhoden family. Three children in the family, including a newborn baby who was just days old, survived the shootings unscathed. Here’s a breakdown of the different families entangled with the Pike County Murder Case.
Piketon Family Murders: The Wagner Family Moved to Alaska in the Midst of an Investigation
Law enforcement in Pike County was focused on the Wagners in the wake of the Rhoden family murders, though no arrests were made.