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He turned the key in the lock and opened the front door To his horror he saw his wife lying on the floor face down blood surrounding her whole body and his house completely trashed He ran over to his wifes cold body screaming and crying After hysterically crying for what seemed like a life time he then remembered his children While running upstairs all he could think of were his children What if theyre gone too He thought to himself Ill have nothing When reaching for Katherines his oldest daughters door he couldnt help but say a small prayer before turning the old door knob and entering the room Inside he saw nothing but what looked like a blood stain on her North Caroline blue walls He checked under the bed and in the closets Nothing Not one sign of his daughter As Christian was leaving the room he noticed a picture on her dresser hed never seen before a picture of Katherine and himself on the beach from their last vacation The picture frame said Always Daddys Little Girl His crying then started back uncontrollably He told himself he still had the rest of the house to look for Katherine and the rest of his children maybe Kristens maybe Ethans He had to find them After calling 911 and searching the rest of his house for his family Christian had pretty much given up He could barely stand on his own feet All he could think about were his poor children probably lying in a ditch somewhere dead like his poor beautiful wife Christian kept telling himself all of this was an awful nightmare and soon he would wake up The police checked the house multiple times They had no leads No sign of forced entry no murder weapon and most importantly still no sign of the Bishop kids As Christian Bishop stood outside his home he never noticed the man staring at
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