Mass Murder in Soquel

November 1970
Time;11/2/1970, Vol. 96 Issue 18, p18
The article offers information on the mass murder of Victor Ohta, a doctor in Soquel, California, his family members and secretary, Dorothy Cadwallader. Their bodies were found in the swimming pool in front of their house. Robbery was ruled out as a motive by the police. A group of hippies reported on John L. Frazier, a former auto mechanic who had lived for several months near the murdered family's home. A warrant was issued for Frazier's arrest and he has been arrested by the police.


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