David Stodden hikes the Pinnacle Lake trail outside Granite Falls on Thursday morning. Stodden’s wife, Mary Cooper, and oldest daughter, Susanna Stodden, were killed July 11, 2006, on the trail. The case remains unsolved. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Pinnacle Lake murder case is cold, but memory still burns

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