Body of housekeeper of legal heir Alex Murdaugh to be unearthed – Crime Online

It has been a year since the bodies of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh were found outside their home. No one has yet been charged with their murder, but there is legal movement in another death, linked to the Murdaugh family. Gloria Satterfield, who was Murdaugh’s housekeeper for nearly 20 years, died after falling downstairs.

Maggie and Paul Murdaugh called 911 at the time, reporting that Satterfield was bleeding from his head and left ear. Satterfield died a few days later in a hospital. Satterfield’s cause of death is listed as “natural” on his death certificate. No SLED investigator requested that Satterfield’s body be exhumed and autopsied.

Satterfield’s family sued the Murdaughs under the leadership of Alex Murdaugh and were awarded millions. Murdaugh instead kept the money for his own use.

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[Feature Photo: Gloria Satterfield/Handout]

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