Woman and two children found dead in John Lennon's former Liverpool apartment

Ruben Ruiz
June 1, 2017

Police in Liverpool, England are now investigating a suspected triple murder at the apartment where John Lennon once lived with his first wife Cynthia in 1962.

Bodies of a woman and two children have been found in an apartment in Liverpool that once served as the residence of John Lennon.

After the discovery of the bodies was arrested residing at the same address as the 30-year-old man.

Police believe the incident was a domestic crime and are investigating substances found at the scene.

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Nearby houses were evacuated on suspicion of a gas leak but the residents have been allowed back into their homes, the outlet reported.

The property at the time belonged to Brian Epstein, the manager who propelled the Beatles into a global sensation. Local tour guide Jay Riley told NME that the stop is frequented by tourists seeking a glimpse of the Beatles' lives before superstardom.

The man suspected of killing the woman and two children was listed in stable condition at an area hospital.

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