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The Marionville home of murder victim Kathy Duda went on the auction block today.

Kathy Duda, 59, was allegedly stabbed to death on the front lawn of her home in mid-March by her ex-husband, Robert. Police found Robert Duda inside his former wife of forty years Victorian home with self-inflicted knife wounds.

Robert Duda Sr. was unable to make his original preliminary hearing date as he was still hospitalized in April; he has since recovered.

Auctioneer Ralph McKnight says he thinks people will show up out of curiosity. The home which was built in the 1890's according to the website is well maintained and will offer glassware and other items at the auction.

Robert Duda is charged with first-degree murder, armed criminal action and burglary and is scheduled to appear in Lawrence County Associate Circuit Court on May 28th for his preliminary hearing.
UPDATE (05-27-09):
The house failed to sell at auction despite a crowd estimated at six hundred according to Raph McKnight. The family would have accepted a $100,000 minimum......bidding stopped at $80,000 according to McKnight.



https://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/cases/searchDockets.do
09LW-CR00422 - STATE V ROBERT E DUDA

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