Voices of the present would like to bring you a bizarre, unsolved, cold case.
A disturbing act of violence cut short 2 lives in Anchorage Alaska. This murder has left no signs that are obvious to police or the K9’s used to investigate the area in which 3 people were attacked and 2 of them died. It is suspected that this crime was completely random.
Robert Workman and Mae Melovidov had only been dating a few months, but it was reported that they were happy together.
On March 10,2014, the couple had camped out in a tent, alongside a busy street, in a wooded area. That evening a third man joined the couple in the tent.
As evening came, and the night grew colder, a man brandishing a pistol, ambushed these 3 people. He fired rapidly, in succession, into the tent, injuring all 3 people. He turned tail and ran leaving the inability for anyone else around to catch a glimpse of this man.
Robert Workman died at the scene. Mae Melovidov would later die only hours after the incident.
The only survivor gave a description, but was very vague. He claimed the shooter was male, approximately 6ft. tall, of average build, with dark, shoulder length hair. He was unable to describe race or age, but he did provide a description of the man’s jacket; black and red, with vertical stripes on the back.
It has been 5+ years and this killer has yet to be found.
Now, as creative thinkers, writers, artists, or just cold case enthusiasts, what do you suspect happened that night?
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