Although suspected Craigslist killer Brady Oestrike’s home looks like an average suburban home on the outside, Fox17 West Michigan obtained photos of the inside out of the house that reveal something very different – and telling.
This is the filing cabinet where Brady Oestrike would store his medieval armor.
The suspect’s Taft Avenue home seems like any old, unsuspecting suburban home. Now a “no trespassing” sign haunts the outside.
A source told Fox17 that an evidence search left the home completely torn apart.
Detectives didn’t just flip furniture – they also ripped drywall to see if they could find anything inside the walls.
Sources told the news channel that this is where Oestrike would allegedly make his hats, gloves and armor.
The suspected Craigslist Killer looks absolutely terrifying surrounded by weaponry.
Brady Oestrike is suspected of murdering 18-year-old Brooke Slocum and her boyfriend, 25-year-old Charles Oppenneer.
Slocum was 8-months pregnant.
Charles Oppenneer looked the picture of happiness.