Dead convicted killer linked to more unsolved cases

Dead convicted killer linked to more unsolved cases

A New Hampshire man, who died serving time in a California prison for murdering his wife, was allegedly a serial killer as investigators have detected links between him and many other unsolved murder cases.

Police say Bob Evans was likely responsible for the murder of a woman who went missing in 1981 as well as for the killings of another woman and three children. Evans died in a California prison in 2010.

Making his crime spree difficult to discover, Evans moved among cities and towns in several states like New Hampshire, California and Idaho, from the 1970s until 2000 and used multiple aliases.


Jeffery Strelzin, Assistant Attorney General for New Hampshire, said in a statement that there was a great possibility that Evans could be linked to more unsolved murder cases.

Speaking on the topic, Strelzin said, "We are concerned, based on his proclivities, that he could have hurt other people . What's he running from? What he's running from is that he's killing people."

Evans killed and disposed of at least two bodies in barrels that were found in a wooded area close to Allenstown, New Hampshire. One of those bodies was a girl believed to be his daughter. The younger girl was 2-3 years old, while the older girl was 9 or 10 years old.


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