A memorial to Peter Williams stands at the corner of Lead Mine and Lynn roads, but it is tucked in a corner away and difficult to see. Williams and Patricia Grimes were murdered along the Neuse River in 1972, and Williams’ father donated land for a park.
A memorial to Peter Williams stands at the corner of Lead Mine and Lynn roads, but it is tucked in a corner away and difficult to see. Williams and Patricia Grimes were murdered along the Neuse River in 1972, and Williams’ father donated land for a park. Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com
A memorial to Peter Williams stands at the corner of Lead Mine and Lynn roads, but it is tucked in a corner away and difficult to see. Williams and Patricia Grimes were murdered along the Neuse River in 1972, and Williams’ father donated land for a park. Josh Shaffer jshaffer@newsobserver.com

Sad tale of young NC couple’s death needs a better reminder

June 07, 2015 05:10 PM

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