Acclaimed Journalist Laura Ling Examines The Murder Of Adrianne Reynolds ““ A 16 Year Old Student Who Suffered a Horrific Death At The Hands Of Fellow Classmates Sarah Kolb and Corey Gregory
Even in a world where teen violence has become more and more common, what happened in East Moline, Illinois in January 2005 stands out as shocking ““ the murder of 16 year – old Adrianne Reynolds at the hands of two of her classmates, Cory Gregory and Sarah Kolb. Laura Ling and the E! Investigates team traveled to the scene of the crime to discover what could possibly set into motion such violence among teens and spoke exclusively with many of the story’s key figures, including the victim’s family, friends of the two teens convicted of murder, local law enforcement, and the two local journalists who covered the case in detail. E! Investigates Fatal Teen Triangle premieres on June 22nd at 10:00 PM on E!.
At Blackhawk Outreach Center, an alternative high school, Adrianne Reynolds was the “˜new girl’ in school. After a rough and troubled childhood, she was eager to get her life back on track. It wasn’t long before the pretty and outgoing 16 year-old crossed paths with Sarah Kolb, the school’s “˜queen bee.’ Sarah, who was openly bisexual, initially showed a romantic interest in Adrianne, but the new friendship quickly went bad after Kolb discovered that Reynolds had sex with two boys. Sarah began a rage-driven campaign to break Adrianne’s spirit, at one point telling her, “No one likes you “¦ you should kill yourself.”
That anger and hatred eventually led to murder. After strangling Adrianne in the back seat of a car, Sarah and Cory doused her body with gasoline and let it burn for more than six hours. Then, they enlisted a trusted friend, Nate Gaudet, who brought along a handsaw that was used to cut Adrianne’s body into several pieces. The trio then threw Adrianne’s remains down a manhole at a nearby state park.
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