Neil Entwistle – our first WHOIS whodunnit?

Posted by Tim Ireland at January 26, 2006

Category: Teh Interwebs

This entry was posted on
Thursday, January 26th, 2006
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I hate it when things are incredibly sad and incredibly interesting at the same time…

Times – Death of an American dream: For Neil and Rachel Entwistle, their personal website was proof that they were living the great American dream. The couple, who met at the University of York rowing club, had moved to a small town in the US to start a family and have a better life. Yesterday that dream ended. State police were hunting for Mr Entwistle after his American wife and nine-month-old baby were found dead, lying side by side in the master bedroom of their home in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, under a pile of blankets. Mrs Entwistle had apparently been clutching her daughter Lillian to her when they were killed. State police said that Mr Entwistle, a British citizen, had left the United States, but they had made contact with him, and still considered him a “person of interest” in their inquiry.

Telegraph – Fugitive Briton calls police after his wife and baby are killed: A British man whose wife and baby daughter were found shot dead in their home in America has telephoned police to say he has left the country. Neil Entwistle, 27, an unemployed computer programmer, was involved in internet ventures including pornography websites.

Neil appears to have left one hell of a vapour-trail online… Huff’s Crime Blog invesigates.








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