The Wolf Twin Murders
instrumentation: 2 Bass Trombones, Butoh Dancer, Wolf Masks, Soundtrack, and Album
duration: 19 minutes
written in: 2016
commissioned by: Tenth Intervention
This is a true story.
Between the days of October 31 and November 5, 1975, a series of brutal murders took place in North Canton, Ohio. Four men and three women between the ages of 16 and 29 were targeted, with one survivor leaving an eyewitness account of two attackers, gender unidentified, each wearing a wolf mask.
All victims were found hogtied, with their stomachs gutted out, and no trace of the missing organs. The assaults all took place at night. No connection between any of the victims has ever been found and no suspects have ever been named, but many speculate cult activities, in the form of ritual sacrifice. The incident is known as The Wolf Twin Murders.
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