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Deathbed Confession

A cold case murder from 2000 has finally been solved after a deathbed confession. The victims, Susan Carter and her 10-year-old daughter, Natasha Carter, were found murdered on Larry Webb’s property. Larry Webb, 82 years old at the time of his confession, admitted to killing Susan over a financial dispute and Natasha to eliminate a witness.

The Carter murders had baffled investigators for two decades. Susan and Natasha were last seen alive on December 1st, 2000. They were reported missing a few days later, and a search was launched. Unfortunately, the search efforts yielded no results for weeks. Then, on December 22nd, 2000, the bodies of Susan and Natasha Carter were found on Larry Webb’s property, located just a short distance from the Carters’ home.

The discovery of the bodies sent shockwaves through the small community. Susan Carter was a well-respected member of the community, and Natasha was a bright and bubbly child. Their deaths left a deep scar on the community.

Investigators immediately launched a murder investigation. They scoured the crime scene for evidence and interviewed everyone who knew the Carters or Larry Webb. However, despite their best efforts, the investigation yielded no leads. The case went cold, and for the next 20 years, Susan and Natasha’s murders remained unsolved.

Then, in a surprising turn of events, Larry Webb confessed to the murders on his deathbed in 2020. Webb admitted to arguing with Susan Carter over money before killing her. He then killed Natasha to eliminate a witness.

Webb’s confession provided long-awaited closure for the Carter family and the community. Susan’s sister, who had never given up hope that her sister’s killer would be brought to justice, expressed her relief at Webb’s confession.

“It’s been a long time coming,” she said. “We’ve all been waiting for this day for 20 years. We’re glad that Larry Webb finally confessed to what he did.”

The community also expressed relief that the case had finally been solved. Many people who knew the Carters attended a memorial service held after Webb’s confession. They spoke about Susan’s kindness and Natasha’s bright smile.

“Susan was a wonderful person,” said one neighbor. “She was always there to help others. Natasha was a beautiful little girl. It’s heartbreaking that their lives were cut short.”

Larry Webb’s confession has brought an end to a long and painful chapter for the Carter family and the community. While nothing can bring Susan and Natasha back, Webb’s confession ensures that they will not be forgotten.

The Susan Carter and Natasha Carter murders serve as a reminder of the importance of never giving up on unsolved cases. Thanks to Larry Webb’s deathbed confession, Susan and Natasha can finally rest in peace.






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