Today in True Crime History: July 28

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1979 — The bodies of Edward “Teddy” Smith and Alfred “Q” Evans, 14, are found . They’d both been shot. They are thought to be the first victims of the “Atlanta child killer.”

1980 — John Favara disappears. He is declared legally dead in 1983. He disappeared after he accidentally hit Frank Gotti’s 12-year-old son in the street.

1990 — Elias Syriani kills his wife, Teresa Yousef Syriani in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is later executed by the state.

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