After Jeffrey MacDonald, There Was Tommy Zeigler

On Christmas Eve in 1975, a family came to a very tragic and unfortunate end. Perry and Virginia Edwards were found shot to death along with their daughter Eunice Zeigler. Another man, Charlie Mays, was also found shot to death along with them. They were all found dead in the Zeigler’s Furniture Store — which was owned by Eunice’s husband Tommy. Tommy was also in the store when this attack happened. He…

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