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On Monday, July 16, the Investigation Discovery program, “Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets,” will remember the lives of two Jefferson County sweethearts, Tim Hack and Kelly Drew, who were found murdered in 1980 after disappearing from a wedding reception.
The two attended a wedding reception on August 9, 1980 at the Concord House Dance Hall in Concord. They arrived at 10:30 pm in Tim’s old Cutlass Supreme, which his younger brother Patrick owns to this day. Afterwards, they were set to meet up with friends at a carnival in Ft. Atkinson. But they never arrived.
More than two months after the disappearance, hunters discovered their bodies. Drew was found nude, in some woods. Hack was found in a cornfield near Hustisford Road and Highway 16, several miles from the dance hall.
Police believe Hack and Drew were abducted from the parking lot at the reception.
A suspect was arrested on July 30, 2009 in Louisville, Kentucky. Edward Wayne Edwards, 77, eventually pleaded to the double murder. Edwards died in an Ohio prison on April 11, 2011.
Investigation Discovery is Channel 146 on Charter.
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