The home of the Robison family, who were murdered in an isolated cottage two miles up the road from Good Hart General Store. On July 22, 1968, a caretaker investigating complaints of an overpowering stench pried open the door of an isolated cottage. He walked into a wall of flies. Inside were the badly decomposed bodies of six members of a vacationing Lathrup Village family: advertising executive Richard Robison, his wife, Shirley, and their four children. Shirley had evidently been raped; the youngest child, 7-year-old Susie, had been bludgeoned with a hammer. All had been shot. They had been dead a month. *18790 Dolores, Lathrup Village, Michigan is the address of the Robinson family home, and not the cottage in which they had been found murdered.