In 1980, Tim Hack and Kelly Drew attended a wedding in the town of Concord. They were never seen alive again.
Decades passed before their killer was found, a now elderly, infirm man named Edward Edwards. He was in a mood to clear his conscience of these killings, along with others he committed over the years.
He was found guilty in Jefferson County Court and was given life in prison, which in his condition, was little more than a parking ticket. But, he wanted more. He wanted to be executed.
So, he was extradited to Ohio, where he confessed to other killings, and where they have the death penalty. He was found guilty on March 8 of these murders and was given the death penalty.
Edward Edwards died on Friday of natural causes, exactly one month after the conviction that would lead to his death. So, even in dying, he managed to evade the justice he so rightly deserved.
I’ve never believed in wishing harm on others, or damning someone to Hell. But, if anyone deserved it…..