David Stodden hikes the Pinnacle Lake trail in 2016. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

David Stodden hikes the Pinnacle Lake trail in 2016. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

David Stodden passes a polygraph, hopes for tips in slayings

It has been more than 12 years since his wife and daughter were shot on the Pinnacle Lake trail.

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