Tags: murder suicide, Chris Benoit, Professional Wrestling
"For life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one." - Kahil Gibran
Don't even get me started when it comes to Pro Wrestling: not the Vince McMahon brand, the "real" wrestling form the days of the NWA and AWA... but those days are gone forever.
Autopsies are scheduled for later this morning for Chris Benoit, 40, his wife Nancy (who was a manager in WCW in the 1990's as Woman) and his son Daniel, 7, all found dead in different rooms in their home. The bodies found by the sheriff's department in Peachtree City, GA, after WWE officials contacted them because they were unable to reach Chris.
"Woman" with Ric Flair.
Benoit was found dead in his weight room. Nancy was found dead in the living room. Daniel was found dead in his bedroom, according to an unnamed source in the department.
Lt. Tommy Pope told ABC News "the instruments of death were located on the scene," but didn't specify what those were or where they were found. Pope said the department was not actively searching for any suspects outside the house.