Most teens would relish the idea of throwing a killer house party for their friends while their parents are away. For 17-year-old Tyler Hadley, this house party was quite literally that - killer.
The 2011 murder of Blake and Mary-Jo Hadley rocked the small, sleepy town of Port St. Lucie, Florida, which had seen an increase in teen crime. While most of the crimes were limited to robbery, assault, and vandalism, the Tyler Hadley murders took crime in Port St. Lucie to horrific new heights. On July 18, 2011, the teen murdered his parents then threw a house party – a shocking incident that's not an isolated one. Murders committed by teenagers are uncommon, but they're not unheard of.
In 2006, two teens inspired by the Scream movie franchise murdered their female friend. In April of 2017, two killer teens murdered their grandparents and threw a wild house party while their bodies rotted upstairs. Much like the 2017 murders, Hadley's guests unknowingly played beer pong, smoked pot, and laughed over YouTube videos without knowing his parents were lying upstairs, wrapped in a towel, stone cold dead. If they were told, they wouldn't believe him.
Here's the gruesome story of Tyler Hadley, the kid who killed his parents and threw the rager of a lifetime.
Hadley Took Ecstasy And Blasted A Lil Boosie Song To Psych Himself Up To Murder His Mother
Hadley Murdered His Father Because "Why The F*ck Not?"
Hadley Posted A Facebook Event For His Party And Over 100 People Showed Up
During The Party, Hadley Told His Best Friend About The Murder, But He Thought It Was A Joke