Annie Paul and Jean Michaud were murdered inside their home in Orlando, Florida, more than two decades ago, and the person responsible for their deaths has yet to be brought to justice.
Paul and Michaud were a married couple living in a house in the 2500 block of Bleugill Street. Although they didn’t have any children together, Paul had seven children from previous relationships.
On the night of May 19, 1994, two men went to their home. And it was then that they sent the children, who were between the ages of one and 15, outside, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
After a brief conversation, one of the men, or both, shot and killed Paul, 35, and her 38-year-old husband.
It was reported that after their deaths, their “children were sent to live with two different fathers and an aunt.”
The following month, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office released a composite sketch of the two suspects. They are believed to have been black men in their early 30s at the time of the shooting.
One of the suspects had a dark complexion with a low haircut, and he was balding. He was between six-foot-one and six-foot-two, weighing approximately 180 pounds.
The other suspect had a light complexion and a heavy build. He also had a low haircut and was bald on top of his head.
Officials stated that he was around 5-foot-10.
Anyone with information regarding the unsolved murders of Annie Paul and Jean Michaud is encouraged to contact the Orange County Sheriff’s Office at (407) 836-4357.