22-year old Randy Soderberg left his wife and daughter so he could sell his Mustang, only he never returned. His murder and the case that went unsolved for twenty years was the story on this week's "Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets" (Mon., 11 p.m. ET on ID).
His body was ultimately found, but for twenty years the police couldn't solve the case. They'd even interviewed the man who bought his car, Marcus Everett. He was presumably the last man to see Soderberg alive, but authorities could find no evidence to link him to the killing.
But two decades later, Everett was arrested for stealing gas, and inexplicably confessed to killing Randy Soderberg. His reason for the confession?
"I desperately want a relationship with God, and I can’t do that knowing that I’ve murdered somebody."
Everett detailed how he killed Soderberg by bludgeoning him with a rock. He'd committed the crime because Soderberg reminded him of his troubled relationship with his own father.
New stories of true crimes every Monday on "Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets" at 11 p.m. ET on ID.
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