New video emerges in the Kansas City Chiefs fans mystery

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By James Kay

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A new video has emerged from the home where three Kansas City Chiefs fans were found frozen to death this month.

Speculation and unanswered questions loom over the tragic deaths of David Harrington, 37, Ricky Johnson, 38, and Clayton McGeeney, 36.

The three friends had gathered for a Kansas City Chiefs watch party at Jordan Willis' residence, but their evening took a tragic turn, and they never made it back home.

The shocking revelation came to light when the fiancée of one of the victims initiated a welfare check, leading authorities to the NW 83rd Terrace residence.

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David Harrington, left, Ricky Johnson, center, and Clayton McGeeney, right. Credit: Facebook

Fox News Digital reported that one body was found on the back porch, while the other two were discovered in the backyard, succumbing to the extreme cold temperatures.

Police have stated there is no indication of foul play, and no one is currently in custody in connection with the deaths.

Newly released footage shot two days after the men were said to have been last seen is now circulating on social media.

Neighbor Ashton Brady, who recorded the footage on January 9, described the chilling sequence of events on NewsNation.

Brady revealed that he noticed a distressed woman walking from behind Jordan Willis' house, located across the street, as he was preparing for bed. Within minutes, an ambulance and multiple police cars rushed to the scene.

In the recorded video, Willis is seen handcuffed on his front stoop as police question him. Brady's exclamation on the video reflects the confusion surrounding the incident: "Bro, what is going on right now... Dude, domestic violence is crazy. Yo, everybody be nice to one another, c’mon now. What is going on?"

Watch the video below:

Brady later told NewsNation that he initially thought it was a domestic dispute and only learned the truth the next day when the news broke.

The three men's cause of death is yet to be determined, with police stating they do not suspect foul play. Hypothermia is suspected due to the below-freezing temperatures in Kansas City, though drug or alcohol involvement is also under consideration, pending a toxicology report.

Willis, the homeowner, who reportedly spent the 48 hours between the game and the discovery of the bodies "asleep on the couch," has faced intense scrutiny from the public and the families of the deceased, though the police have stressed that it is not being treated as a crime at this stage.

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David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson were found "frozen to death" outside a friend's home. Credit: Facebook

A source close to Willis shared with Fox Nation that he is not only dealing with grief but also experiencing severe online threats, prompting him to relocate for safety reasons.

Alayna Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for the Kansas City Police Department, emphasized: "This still remains a death investigation and nothing more. We still have no evidence or indication of foul play, no one is in police custody."

Featured image credit: Peter Aiken/Getty

New video emerges in the Kansas City Chiefs fans mystery

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

A new video has emerged from the home where three Kansas City Chiefs fans were found frozen to death this month.

Speculation and unanswered questions loom over the tragic deaths of David Harrington, 37, Ricky Johnson, 38, and Clayton McGeeney, 36.

The three friends had gathered for a Kansas City Chiefs watch party at Jordan Willis' residence, but their evening took a tragic turn, and they never made it back home.

The shocking revelation came to light when the fiancée of one of the victims initiated a welfare check, leading authorities to the NW 83rd Terrace residence.

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David Harrington, left, Ricky Johnson, center, and Clayton McGeeney, right. Credit: Facebook

Fox News Digital reported that one body was found on the back porch, while the other two were discovered in the backyard, succumbing to the extreme cold temperatures.

Police have stated there is no indication of foul play, and no one is currently in custody in connection with the deaths.

Newly released footage shot two days after the men were said to have been last seen is now circulating on social media.

Neighbor Ashton Brady, who recorded the footage on January 9, described the chilling sequence of events on NewsNation.

Brady revealed that he noticed a distressed woman walking from behind Jordan Willis' house, located across the street, as he was preparing for bed. Within minutes, an ambulance and multiple police cars rushed to the scene.

In the recorded video, Willis is seen handcuffed on his front stoop as police question him. Brady's exclamation on the video reflects the confusion surrounding the incident: "Bro, what is going on right now... Dude, domestic violence is crazy. Yo, everybody be nice to one another, c’mon now. What is going on?"

Watch the video below:

Brady later told NewsNation that he initially thought it was a domestic dispute and only learned the truth the next day when the news broke.

The three men's cause of death is yet to be determined, with police stating they do not suspect foul play. Hypothermia is suspected due to the below-freezing temperatures in Kansas City, though drug or alcohol involvement is also under consideration, pending a toxicology report.

Willis, the homeowner, who reportedly spent the 48 hours between the game and the discovery of the bodies "asleep on the couch," has faced intense scrutiny from the public and the families of the deceased, though the police have stressed that it is not being treated as a crime at this stage.

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David Harrington, Clayton McGeeney, and Ricky Johnson were found "frozen to death" outside a friend's home. Credit: Facebook

A source close to Willis shared with Fox Nation that he is not only dealing with grief but also experiencing severe online threats, prompting him to relocate for safety reasons.

Alayna Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for the Kansas City Police Department, emphasized: "This still remains a death investigation and nothing more. We still have no evidence or indication of foul play, no one is in police custody."

Featured image credit: Peter Aiken/Getty