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Buster Murdaugh: “I Still Fear When I Go To Bed At Night”

Buster Murdaugh: "I Still Fear When I Go To Bed At Night"

Buster Murdaugh, the only living son of Alex Murdaugh has admitted that he still fears when he goes to bed at night. 

According to him, he still believes his dad’s been wrongfully convicted of murdering his mother and 22-year-old brother.

A docuseries featuring an interview with Buster would be aired on FOX. “The Fall of the House of Murdaugh,” is a three-part series that takes a closer look at the murders in South Carolina’s low country. 

According to Murdaugh, he returned to his family’s hunting lodge on a sprawling estate in Islandton, South Carolina, to find the bodies of his wife and son who had been shot.

Buster believes his father. According to him, the person who shot his mother Maggie, and brother Paul to death is still out there, and that doesn’t make him feel safe. 

“I think I set myself up to be safe but yes, when I go to bed at night, I have a fear that there is somebody that is still out there,” Buster said. 

“I do not think that [my father] could be affiliated with endangering my mother and brother. We have been here for a while now and that’s been my stance.” 

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