In March 2007, a soldier named Christopher Ferguson died after allegedly falling from an apartment balcony. Since Christopher's death, his sister Christina McDonald has tried to uncover what really happened to her brother. He is another soldier who...
In March 2007, a soldier named Christopher Ferguson died after allegedly falling from an apartment balcony. Since Christopher's death, his sister Christina McDonald has tried to uncover what really happened to her brother. He is another soldier who died under unusual circumstances at Fort Hood in Killeen, Texas. The Army ruled his death a suicide.
Christine has spoken to a few soldiers who were with Christopher the night he died. She has been given conflicting stories. Supposedly he fell to his death, but another soldier claimed Christopher jumped to his death. Christine also spoke to a young girl who wasn't in the military, but was staying in the apartment. She witnessed Christopher get physically assaulted and then put into a headlock. The After placing Christopher in a headlock, the girl saw Christopher get dragged out on the balcony. Seconds later, she heard Christopher screaming in agony. Within a few days, he would die from injuries sustained from his fall.
Christine has tried to find out if Christopher actually fell or did one of his fellow soldiers throw him off the balcony?
Be sure to listen to episode 61 of the Catch my Killer podcast as Christine McDonald tells the story about the death of her younger brother Christopher Ferguson in 2007.
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