North Carolina’s honeymoon murders have sparked a flurry of new theories about the mysterious murders of three women and the honeymoon attire of three men, but there’s one big problem: They were actually white-collar criminals.
According to the Charlotte Observer, the men were murdered in October 2015 by two white-supremacist serial killers, Joseph Mascaro and Michael Mascano.
They were found in a home in North Carolina in October 2016, where they had taken their own lives.
Authorities have never been able to confirm whether the men killed their victims with guns, knives, or any other means, and the identities of the three men have never even been revealed.
“They had no connection whatsoever to the crime scene, which was not where the bodies were found,” Detective Lt.
David McPherson told the Observer.
Investigators said the men, who worked in North Dakota, Texas, and Louisiana, knew each other well, and that the three killings might have been tied to other crimes in their families.
“It’s a perfect storm of events that led to this tragic end for these men,” Detective McPhearson said.
Investigators are now trying to piece together what happened to the three women, and have also begun to track down a man who may have been the killer.