Earlier this year, a 76-year-old man was arrested for killing his wife in Warminster in 1981. New details surrounding this arrest are emerging, such as - for the first time - the large jury report that led to loads has been loosened.
New details from a grand jury revealed that a woman who had moved in with William Korzon after Gloria's disappearance said she was terrified of him. Although she never heard William Korzon directly tell what had happened to his wife, she said he would threaten her by saying that the same thing that would happen to Gloria was going to happen to her.
According to the report, this woman allegedly testified a few years after Gloria Korzon disappeared during a court hearing, where William Korzon was trying to obtain money from his estate.
The grand jury report also quotes police reports from the 1970s, including the report that Gloria Korzon reportedly told police that William Korzon had threatened her, as well as her dog. She said that she had gone home and found blood on the kitchen floor and she had never seen the dog again. She told the police that she thought it was intentional to scare her.
There is also evidence of a concrete stain in the basement that does not match the rest of the soil. Despite several searches on the Warminster property, Gloria Korzon's body was never found.
However, he maintains that he did not kill his wife.