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Killing Suspect Visited Murder, Suicide Sites In Week Before Crime: Report

In the week before murder suspect Neil Entwistle allegedly killed his wife and nine-month old daughter in a Boston suburb, he visited Web sites with information about how to kill people and how to commit suicide, the Boston Globe is reporting today.

According to the Globe, a police affidavit unsealed today shows that on January 16 and 17, Entwistle visited a site that that ''describes such things as how to kill people by various methods" and ''typed in Internet searches regarding how to kill yourself, suicide, how to kill someone with a knife, and euthanasia."

In addition, two days before he allegedly murdered his wife and daughter, he searched the Internet for escort services, and tried to find the addresses of several in the Boston and nearby Worcester areas, including Eye Candy Entertainment, Exotic Express, and Sweet Temptations, the affidavit says.

Previously, it was disclosed that Enwistle had advertised get-rich schemes and porn support services over the Internet.

Shortly after the bodies of his wife Rachel and daughter Lillian Rose were found in his home in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, Entwistle fled the country to his parents in his native England. He was arrested last Thursday in London and on Friday agreed to be extradited. He will return to Massachusetts, possibly today, and will face two first-degree murder charges.