Gilgo Beach Serial Killer Owns Property In South Carolina Neighbors Say
Rex Heurmann faces charges of three counts of first-degree murder and two counts of second-degree murder. All four women were found dead in 2010 on Long Island. Now we are finding out the suspect in the Gilgo Beach murders was planning to move to South Carolina according to neighbors. The story is reported by Fox News.
Fox News is reporting that the suspect, a New York architect, planned to retire on his vast and secluded property. He reportedly co-owns the property with his brother in rural South Carolina. One neighbor that lives near the property in Chester, South Carolina tells Fox News, “[Craig Heuermann] keeps saying his brother is going into retirement”. “He told me when I first moved down here that his brother owns that lot across the road, and that his brother’s going to retire down here, and when he does, everybody’s leaving.” The man arrested for multiple murders in Gilgo Beach was planning to move to South Carolina.
The suspect is reportedly a father of two. And neighbors say his intent was to buy everyone out that lived around him. According to published reports, you can barely see the property off the road in Chester, South Carolina. It is surrounded by no trespassing signs according to the report. The backs of the lots owned by the brothers are allegedly met with a series of ponds and some locals keep their boats there. The man arrested for multiple murders in Gilgo Beach was reportedly planning to move to South Carolina.
I will just go ahead and say this for everyone who lives in rural South Carolina. If true, this is scary stuff. To learn more about this story get all the details from Fox News.