Holly Bobo was kidnapped from her family’s home in 2011, dragged into the woods by a man dressed in camouflage and left a trail of blood behind her, and now her parents have put the house on the market, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned. The $219,500 Tennesseee property immediately became a crime scene, with police swarming the area looking for clues. Bobo's blood left behind the only indication of the vicious murder at the hands of Zachary Adams, prosecutors said. The Bobo’s 23-acre property photos show the garage where Bobo was the early morning when Adams allegedly approached her before snatching her into the woods and murdering her. Click through Radar’s gallery to see Holly Bobo’s shocking death house gallery.
On April 13, 2011 Bobo, 20, was in the family garage and was spotted by her brother around 8am walking in the woods with a man. That was the last time she was seen alive. Her partial remains were found in 2014 in the woods miles away from her own wooded home.
Bobo’s parents listed the family home for sale in July 2017, and noted there was a ”2 car attached garage / 2 car detached garage,” on the property.
Her partial remains were found in a rural area not far from the home in 2014. Zachary Adams, Dylan Adams and Jason Autry were charged with her kidnaping, rape and murder. Autry was given a plea deal where he was ordered to testify “truthfully” about Zachary and Bobo during a trial.
The “pretty ranch home has rustic touches throughout. Beautiful hardwood floors through out home w/ tile in baths,” Zillow noted about the home from which Bobo disappeared.
Dylan Adams observed Bobo in his brother’s home after she was kidnapped from the house that her parents decided to sell. Dylan said he “observed Holly Lyn Bobo sitting in the living room in a green chair wearing a pink tee shirt, with Jason Wayne Autry standing just a few feet away,” according to News Channel 5 in Tennessee.
Dylan described his brother Zach as “wearing camouflage shorts, black cut-off-sleeve tee shirt and a pair of green Crocs,” and Bobo’s murder evidence file contained a “Croc footwear print,” according to the news station.
An Arminus model HW5, 32 caliber Smith and Wesson long revolver gun was found over Memorial Day weekend, with prosecutors calling it a “critical piece of evidence,” and believed it was the murder weapon used to kill Bobo. District Attorney Paul Hagerman described the location where the gun was found as: “on the side of the road in some mud, in some dirt.”
“Approx 5 miles to town, this home is convenient to town yet privately located,” the real estate page said about the property where Bobo lived before she was kidnapped and murdered.
Adams’ trial for the murder of Bobo was scheduled to begin on September 11, 2017. Stay with Radar for updates to the story. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at email@example.com, or call us at 800-344-9598 any time, day or night.