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We don’t put much stock in Halloween anymore. It’s fun for kids and a fine time to snuggle up for a scary movie, but the truly scary aspects climbed on a ship with our silliest superstitions and sailed for Valinor long ago. But witches and ghouls aren’t the only haunts of a hallowed eve—some nights will make monsters of men, and whether by chance or design, these monsters chose the Halloween season to bring their evil to light. Greenwich, Connecticut, isn’t a place you’d expect to find a body.
It’s one of the wealthiest burgs in the States, the place where Bush Sr. US senators are raising their own kids. But in 1975, amid the sprawling estates, multimillion-dollar mansions, and manicured lawns, the blood-soaked body of 15-year-old Martha Moxley was found on a cold Halloween morning. The discovery shocked the town. All eyes soon turned to 17-year-old Tommy Skakel, the nephew of Senator Robert F. According to reports, Martha had been out with her friends the night before Halloween, and they had all gone to a party at the Skakels’ house.
Tommy had left the party with Martha late at night, but she never made it home . Although the police had their suspect, they never made a conviction, and the gruesome Greenwich Halloween murder remained a cold case for over 16 years. In 1991, renewed investigations into the Moxley case brought it back into the public eye, but it wasn’t until 1998, 23 years after the young girl’s murder, that a killer was named: Michael Skakel, Tommy’s brother. He was infatuated with the girl.