On an October evening in 1997, 11-year-old Levi Frady pedaled his trusty bicycle toward his Forsyth County home. The sixth-grader had been at a friend’s house.
Levi’s bicycle was later found about a mile from his home. But it would be the following day before hunters made a horrific discovery in a neighboring county. Levi had been killed and left in the woods.
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Levi’s death sparked a statewide notification system to find abducted children. Ironically, his case has never been solved.
Who killed Levi Frady and why? Nearly 20 years later, his family wants answers.
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