Woman found stabbed to death 50 times, then authorities found sick message carved into her body

When Katherine Janness, 40, of Midtown, Georgia, didn’t come home from walking her dog one morning in July, her partner Emma Clark got worried.

Janness often takes their dog, a 3-year-old pit bull named Bowie, to nearby Piedmont Park, which has a dog park. Clark used a cell phone tracking app to locate Janness, according to what her father, Terrell Clark, told Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

When Clark found her at the park, it was clear that both Janness and Bowie were brutal murdered. The woman and her dog were about 100 feet apart, Janness was stabbed many times.

“It was a tragedy,” Clark said, according to one GoFundMe. “She’s the smartest, kindest, humblest and most beautiful person I’ve ever known.”


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Clark said of Bowie: “He was the sweetest and most loyal companion. “My heart is so broken, my world will never be the same. Thank you to everyone who was contacted. It is really appreciated. ”

Clark believes that Bowie may have died trying to save Janness, as he was a faithful dog and has a deep relationship with Janness.

The incident shocked locals and loved ones, while Atlanta Police and FBI Still under investigation, no suspects have been identified.

Keisha Lance Bottoms, mayor of Atlanta, said the incident does not appear to be treated as a hate crime or part of a mass murder – which is different.

“This doesn’t match the description of anything we’ve seen,” she said.

An autopsy was performed on July 30 and the results were made public on Friday, highlighting new, gruesome details in the case.

The report from the Fulton County Medical Examiner revealed Janness had been stabbed more than 50 times, with at least 15 slashes to the head. The word “FAT” has also been engraved on the skin on her chest.


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“In my opinion, Katherine Janness died from sharp force wounds to the face, neck, and trunk inflicted to major blood vessels and internal organs,” writes Dr. Karen E. Sullivan. “Miss Janness’s death is being treated as a homicide.”

The word etched in Janness’s chest is troubling, and even more confusing when she is described as 5 feet, 5 inches, and 155 pounds, putting her at a normal body weight.

“The report is heartbreaking to read and to know the exact nature of what Katie endured in her final moments on this Earth,” Terrell Clark wrote in a statement, according to a statement. New York Post.

“Whoever is responsible is deeply disturbed and remains a danger to everyone’s safety. Please stay alert and aware of your surroundings as we would hate any family to have to go through this nightmare.”

GoFundMe was used to raise funds to place two benches and a tree in Piedmont Park, near the dog park, in memory of Janness and Bowie.

Amanda holds a Master’s degree in Rhetoric and TESOL from Cal Poly Pomona. After teaching composition and logic for several years, she began to write full-time and is particularly interested in topics related to animals.

As of January 2019, Amanda has written over 1,000 stories for The Western Journal but doesn’t really know how. A graduate of California State Polytechnic University with a Master’s degree in Rhetoric/Composition and TESOL, she wrote her thesis on metacognitive development and skill transfer between reading and writing in freshmen.
She has many hobbies that keep her busy, including trying new recipes, enjoying nature, discussing absurd topics, reading, drawing, people watching, curriculum development and write biography. Sometimes she has red hair, sometimes she has brown hair, sometimes she has teal hair.
With a book on effective communication strategies in the works, Amanda is also writing and illustrating several children’s books with her husband, Edward.


Austin, Texas

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