The brutal, unsolved murder of Cheryl Feeney and her two children. There were reports of cryptic messages on the walls written in beige paint. Jon Feeney, the husband, a former science teacher, was charged with the murder, but was ultimately acquitted. Four women testified they had had affairs with Mr. Feeney, and evidence indicated that he stood to gain $500,000 in life insurance and other property from the death of his wife and children, however, the lack of physical evidence led to a "not guilty" verdict.