William Bradford Bishop Jr Wanted for the Brutal 1976 Murder of His Entire Family
William Bradford Bishop, Jr is wanted for the March 1, 1976, brutal murders of his entire family, his wife, his mother and his three sons.
The five victims are: his wife, Annette Kathryn Bishop; his three sons, William Bradford Bishop III, 14; Brenton Germain Bishop, 10; Geoffery Corder Bishop, 5; and his mother, Lobelia Amaryllis Bishop, 68.
He was last in 1976 in the U.S. when he was employed at the United States Department of State as an Assistant Chief, Division of Special Activities and Commercial Treaties.
Bradford speaks English, Spanish, French, Serbo-Croation and Italian.
He has been stationed or lived in South Pasadena, Monterey and Truckee California, Baltimore and Bethesda Maryland, Middlebury Vermont, New Haven Connecticut, Washington DC, Verona and Florence and Milan Italy, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Gabrone and Botswana.
On March 2, 1976, he has been sighted in Jacksonville, North Carolina.
In July 1978, he was seen by an acquaintance of the Bishop family in Stockholm, Sweden.
In January 1979, he has also been seen by a co-worker from the state department in Sorrento, Italy.
In September 1994, he was seen in Basel, Switzerland by a neighbor who knew Bishop and family in Bethesda, Maryland.
Bishop was and may still be, an avid outdoorsman, camper, and hiker. He had extensive camping experience in Africa. He also enjoyed canoeing, fishing, swimming, jogging, tennis, skiing and riding motorcycles.
Bishop enjoyed working out several times a week. He was also a licensed amateur pilot who learned to fly in Botswana, Africa.
Bradford speaks English, Spanish, French, Serbo-Croation and Italian. He has been stationed or lived in South Pasadena, Monterey and Truckee California.
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