Leaked texts from the Delphi murders revealed evidence of the brutal deaths of two teenage girls who went on holiday but met a very tragic end.
After the identification of the suspect in the Delphi murder case, a wide debate about the case and the allegedly leaked text messages from that terrible night erupted on the internet.
On 13 February 2017, when two close friends, Abby and Libby, both eighth-grade students, were murdered while walking on a trail in broad daylight, Delphi residents were in shock.
The town’s 3,000 residents were shocked after the double murder, and similar emotions were echoed when the authorities announced that the alleged perpetrator was a relative of their loved ones.
With this recent development, text messages were circulating on the Internet showing the state in which the two murdered girls were found.
The leaked text messages were speculated to have evidence about the murder
Rumors about the case, text messages, and some hidden evidence have spread on the web.
Text messages reportedly sent between the man who found the girls’ bodies and his friend started appearing in September 2020.
YouTube channel Zav Girl investigated a text message video titled ‘Are there any texts from the man who discovered Abby and Libby? How do you all feel?’ which has had more than 18 000 views.
As images of the crime scene were allegedly leaked on the internet, the girlfriend texted a man called David, who claimed to have found the bodies.
This was refuted by David, who described how what he had observed differed from the images.
No, neither she nor Liv replied by text message.
He later talked about where Abby Williams’ corpse was placed at the crime scene and claimed that the victims had not been s*xually abused.
He went into more detail about the murder scene and the differences in the girls’ injuries.
It is important to stress that it is not possible to confirm the veracity of the text messages at this time.
According to David, who was involved in the text messages that were revealed, the girls were stabbed to death with a knife.
He added that the depth of Libby German’s wounds gave him the impression that she might have been personally attacked.
However, the police authorities have not yet made any of this information public.
How did it all begin?
Abigail Abby Williams, 13, and Libby German, 14, were on a snow day off from school visiting the Monon High Bridge in Delphi, Indiana, on 13 February.
The girls disappeared in the early afternoon after updating their Snapchat a few times.
Their bodies were found the next day about half a mile from the bridge after they were reported missing two hours after they failed to turn up for transport.
In the more than three years since the girls’ horrific murder, very little information has been made public about the case, including the cause of death.
According to the investigators, the specific nature of the crime scene suggests a tell-tale sign that may help identify the killer.
An active investigation is currently underway. No press conference was held on the third anniversary of the murders in February 2020, but detectives insisted that the case was not closed.