Mystery “Scream” Reported On Night Of Murders

( A high-pitched sound was picked up by a police officer’s bodycam on the night the four University of Idaho students were murdered in their beds last month.

According to a recent report in the UK Daily Mail, the sound which could have been a scream was recorded at 3:12 am on November 13 when a Moscow, Idaho police officer was responding to an unrelated incident near the university campus.

Since the sound was heard around the time the students are believed to have been murdered, some are speculating that it may have been a scream from the victims.

The newly released video footage, filmed as officers were stopping students suspected of underage drinking, has been making the rounds on social media as online sleuths try to link it to the brutal murders.

The bodycam footage shows in the background several people moving quickly past the police on Taylor Avenue, just two houses away from the crime scene.

Based on the evidence, the bodycam footage was captured just minutes before police say the students were killed.

Earlier this month, a neighbor reported hearing a scream coming from the house on the night of the murders.

Neighbor Inan Harsh, who lives next door to the off-campus home where the students were killed, said he returned home from work around 1:30 am on November 13, and later, as he was dozing off around four, he heard someone yell, according to the Idaho Statesman.

Harsh told the outlet that he presumed the noise was a “party sound” coming from the house, as the slain sorority sisters often hosted parties on the weekend. But in hindsight, Harsh told the paper, “maybe it was not a party sound.”

Six weeks later, police in Idaho haven’t made much progress, at least publicly, in solving the murders of Ethan Chapin, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle, and Madison Mogen.

The four friends, who were members of the university’s Greek system, were killed in a three-story home in Moscow. Two students on the first floor were unharmed.