Thanks for the link. This interview gives a little more back story to the timeline of events leading to finding KR. Family was blocked from going to the Union Hill crime scene. They assumed KR was at work in Columbus, but wasn't answering his phone. When they called him again around noon, expecting him to be on his lunch break, he still didn't answer, so they called family down on Left Fork and asked them to check on him. IIRC, KR usually left for work in Columbus around 4:30 am, so they would have expected he was already at work when they first heard of the other murders. Along with the interview of Hannah Gilley's mom, it seems LE didn't bother to notify any family members about the deaths. Very inconsiderate. They were left to find out through gossip or on the news. It's also odd that so many family members have not been interviewed to any great extent by LE. That's not how you conduct a murder investigation. It sounds like there's been very little communication with family, little or no communication about their surviving grandchildren, no follow up interviews, etc. Very hinky. These people (Hanna G's mom, KR's daughter) are not criminals or suspects. Why are they being treated as if they are? The way these deaths were handled by LE from the start, in the first hours, indicates they had an idea about why this happened and were doing their best to keep it under wraps. IMO, they may have known who the killers were from the beginning and knew there could be negative consequences for LE. Everything LE has done since then appears to be damage control. JMO.