Anyone familiar with a case in Lexington, KY, where in Oct. 1973, Rev. John K. Barnes
and his son and daughter were murdered? His wife survived because she happened to be out of the house at the time.
The Rev. John K. Barnes, an Episcopal priest; his daughter Francine, 18; and son, John, 14, were shot to death at their Lexington home by two escaped prisoners in 1973. The escapees, Wilmer Elvis Scott and William Sloan, also were charged with murdering three men at a Falmouth motel the next day.