Old photo of a mustachioed man in a fedora with the headline 'Identities revealed in 40-year-old Izard case'

June 18, 1998

The local newspaper covered Doris Hammack's farewell to Oxford in the wake of revelations about the Izard case.

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Wow

  mari
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Rosemommi79! Glad to see you again!
Wow, indeed!:)

  lgillette
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wow what a case. Thats one more case solved. Good job YCSD, good job crimescene

  Dan West
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Based on the evidence they've compiled, investigators believe that on the day of the murders, April 11, 1958, Hadley was in a rage over his dismissal from the plant. He was intoxicated to the point of violence when he arrived at the county home...

Based on the evidence they've compiled, investigators believe that on the day of the murders, April 11, 1958, Hadley was in a rage over his dismissal from the plant. He was intoxicated to the point of violence when he arrived at the county home of Richard and Lisa Izard. He then beat them with the shovel they were using, and later gathered the children from the house and took them to his farm on Hopewell Road, now County Road 323.

Wow, I didn't consider that one of the workers would be intoxicated, that is very unlikely that he knew where his house were and knew he had children and was able to do all this while intoxicated, but I guess we live in a strange world with strange possibilites.

Good job yall

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