Twoppics...We're taking a look at what people on Twitter are saying about the hottest crime stories of the day...

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First up, a case of apparent Parenticide.  Tyler Hadley, a 17-year-old from Florida, is under arrest, accused of bludgeoning his parents to death...

"They said that he killed his parents with a hammer because they wouldn't let him throw a party."

The crime was discovered when he threw the party anyway, with his parents dead bodies in the house.  A friend called 9-1-1, tipping off police.  The Twittersphere caught wind of the story...and @ooSteph didn't need to think twice about where it happened...

...while @RachelRain...

http://twitter.com/#!/RachaelRain/status/93059367955464193

and @fiercefighter...

...immediately thought of our second Twoppic today...

...Casey Anthony.  She may be free from jail, but it's doubtful she's entirely free.  Anthony has gone into hiding, and her attorneys are working to try to make sure she stays safe wherever she is...FOX News Radio's @FoxEbenBrown reporting from Florida.  Twitter still can't believe she's free. @KaylaFly...

and @KrystleVasquez...

...continue to disagree with the not guilty verdict.  @Mili_Millz doesn't believe that Casey's reported Twitter is really her...

...and don't forget to let us know what you think.  Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook.

Lastly tonight, is it a murder mystery?  Or just a mansion mystery?  Is it a real-life game of Clue?  One mansion, two mysterious deaths in less than one week.  First, six-year-old Max Shacknai falls down the stairs of his multi-millionaire dad's California digs.  Shortly after Max's fall, Shacknai's girlfriend is found bound and hanging from a balcony...dead.  Now, Max has died from his injuries.  Coronado Police say the child's death is just a tragic accident...but the San Diego Sheriff's Department is investigating the girlfriend's death...

"It's not a natural death, and that seems somewhat obvious, but that's something that we have to look at.  In addition to that, we know that it's most likely not an accident."

...Sheriff's Department Sergeant Roy Frank.  So what does Twitter think?  Well, as they share FOX's article on the story, @OHCONSERVATISM...

@GoBuhBye...

http://twitter.com/#!/GoBuhBye/status/93019611422928897

and @virtualimpax...

...all see plenty of questions.

I'm @Chris_Hoenig and those are your hot #Twoppics on FOX News Radio.