In 1981, a mother, two of her children, and a teen friend were strangled in the Sharp family home. The Keddie Cabin murders occurred in a remote, woodsy town in northern California. The Plumas County Sheriff’s Office doesn’t know who committed the crimes or why, and the two main suspects in the case have since passed.
In 2013, the new county sheriff took a fresh look at the case. Cabin 28, where the killings took place, has since been torn down, but an old letter, a mysterious 911 call, and a found hammer keep the hope for justice alive in this highly publicized unsolved quadruple homicide.
Sue Sharp Had Just Moved To Keddie, California, With Her 5 Children
The Sharp Children Had Friends Over That Night, But Only One Lived
The Family's Surviving Daughter Found The Three Bodies
Based On The Crime Scene, Investigators Suspected Multiple Assailants
Tina Sharp Was Missing For Years
The Three Youngest Boys Survived, Even Though They Were In The House