Lynda Moore was born on 04/20/1989. She was stay at home wife of a contractor, Stephen and mother of two children a boy and a girl. Besides taking care of the children, she was President of the Rockingham Hospital Auxillary where she worked on things like child seatbelt requirements.
On 4/15/1986, Lynda was seen outside in a lawn chair at her Tidd’s Corner home in Saxton, VT around 11:45 am and again around 2 pm. In between, she had spoken to her husband Stephen by phone around. He tried to call again around 3 pm and could not reach her. Since he was working local, he swung by shortly after to check in.
Lynda was found in a pool of blood. She had been stabbed between 25-40 times depending on the source article. There were signs of a fierce struggle with Lynda having severe defensive wounds. The killer is thought to have accessed the home through the back door.
There were no signs of robbery and there was nothing noted as missing. No murder weapon was located, time of death is suspected to be between 2pm-3pm. Lynda was 36 years old at the time of her death.
Witnesses did report a man between 20-30 years old in the driveway of the home around the time of her death. He reportedly has dark hair and glasses and was carrying a blue backpack but he was never located.
This case is unsolved to this day and while it would be a change of known M.O. for the Connecticut River Valley Killer due to the fact that Lynda was found in her home and was not hitchhiking or attacked on the road. Largely due to the stabbing and method of killing, along with location of the crime this case still is most often tied to this potential serial murderer.
Lynda’s son Christopher is noted to have set up a scholarship for nursing in honor of his mother. Last noted information for donation to this fund were Lynda Moore Scholarship c/o Christopher Moore P.O. Box 50 Bellows Falls, VT .
If anyone has information that could lead to solving this case, they should contact the Vermont State Police at 802-875-2112.