THE ELDERLY father of Phyllis Bohle is offering a $10,000 reward to help solve the case. Bohle, 23, was beaten and stabbed to death in her Severn, Maryland home on March 25, 1974. But the case quickly went cold, but now with new technology cops are hoping to finally bring peace to her family. Cops say several pieces of evidence discovered at the time are now undergoing DNA testing and the dead woman's friends and relatives are being re-interviewed.
Her father Bud Gray, now 83, said: “It’s been bothering me quite a bit, and the older I get, the worse it gets. I don’t even sleep at nighttime without thinking about it. It just gets to me.” Bohle was found in the middle of her bedroom, covered in blood from the violent incident and that the she was beaten with a fireplace poker and stabbed six times. MORE ON PHYLLIS BOHLE MURDER