The Murder of Susan Eads

On Wednesday, August 31st, 1983 the nude body of Susan Lee Eads was discovered among the brush in a ditch on an empty lot at NASA Road One and Elam Street in Seabrook. Susan had been raped and strangled. The investigation went cold almost as soon as it began; there was little evidence and a man seen leaving behind Susan from a local bar the last time she was seen alive was a stranger to the establishment’s patrons. Four years later, Seabrook Police got a good lead, but it wasn’t to be. The arrest of a serial killer in 2003, Anthony Allen Shore – The Tourniquet Killer, got the department’s hopes up again but DNA excluded him. In 2018, police released recorded phone calls made to Susan’s mother not long after Susan’s death in hopes to generate new leads. Is it the voice of a killer or a hoax?

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