Not once, but twice. Wait, if you count him--that's thrice.
Anyone who is as obsessed with ID television as I am knows that there are two motivations for murder (1) financial and (2) passion. In the case of John Wagner from Philadelphia--his reasons were likely both as it's speculated that he was driven to kills his mom and pops and self because of law school debts that prevented him from settling down. It makes sense to me. I just wish he directed some of that fire at the law school that he attended instead of his poor parents.
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