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Bedford, Massachusetts’ Natalie Scheublin fatally stabbed; Suspect unknown

Natalie Scheublin of Bedford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States has died. She was 54.

Scheublin was a housewife while her husband Raymond Scheublin is the president of the Lexington Trust Bank. They have two children together namely Kenneth Scheublin and Carol Scheublin.

Painting was one of Natalie’s hobbies. On June 9, 1971, she and a friend painted pictures in Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Middlesex County.

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At around 5:30 p.m. on June 10, 1971, Raymond called police immediately after returning from work and finding Natalie’s lifeless body in the basement of their house on Pine Hill Road in Bedford. It appeared she had only been dead a short time.

Natalie was hit in the head with an unknown object and stabbed multiple times with a knife. Her ankles were tied and she was face down on the floor.

Nothing was stolen from the house except Natalie’s 1969 Chevy Impala. A paring knife and a pry-bar were also missing from the house.

Authorities found some blood in one of the bathroom sinks. They have yet to identify a suspect.

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Bedford, Massachusetts

Around 1640, Europeans first settle the land now within the boundaries of Bedford, which is a relatively circular town. In 1729, the town was incorporated.

Bedford has a total area of 13.9 square miles. It is slightly northwest of the intersection of Interstate 95 and the Massachusetts Routes 4 and 225.

Singer Helen Ramsay was born in Bedford. From 1947 to 1949, she was in the Lawrence Welk group The Champagne Ladies.

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