LISTEN: 911 calls from Pike County mass killing

Posted at 3:29 PM, Apr 23, 2016

CINCINNATI -- On Friday morning, eight people -- all members of the Rhoden family -- were shot execution-style and killed in their homes.

WCPO has obtained the 911 calls reporting the harrowing scenes.

The first call was made by a family member; she identifies herself as "Bobbi" and one victim as her brother-in-law. She told the dispatcher that "there's blood all over the house" and "my family's all dead."

The call was made from 4077 Union Hill at 7:49 a.m.

You can listen to the highly-emotional call below:

The second 911 call was made at 1:26 p.m. by a caller who said he went to his cousin's house to check on him because he saw news of the killings "on the news."

The caller told the dispatcher that his cousin was dead and appeared to have gunshot wounds.

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