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Theories About What Exactly Happened in the Jamison Family Murders

Updated 27 Aug 2020 859.2k views11 items

The unsolved murder of the Jamison family has spurred many theories regarding who killed Bobby and Sherilyn Jamison and their 6-year-old daughter, Madyson, and why. The family disappeared on October 8, 2009, approximately 30 miles from their home in Eufaula. The family was perusing properties near Red Oak, OK to purchase land. Witnesses saw the Jamisons in the area, but the family never returned from the woods. After a few days, family reported them as missing.

Over a week later, authorities found the Jamison truck, along with their nearly-starved dog. Investigators also recovered the Jamison's IDs, phones, and $32,000 in cash. Back at the Eufaula house, investigators uncovered a "witch's bible," as well as suspicious inscriptions scrawled on the inside of the family’s storage containers. With no leads, the case went cold.

In November 15, 2013, hunters stumbled upon the skeletons of two adults and a child a few miles south of where Oklahoma investigators had found the Jamison pickup. In July 2014, medical examiners confirmed the remains belonged to the missing Jamisons. The autopsies were inconclusive, and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has not arrested any suspects for the family’s murder.
 

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