The body of Darleen Anderson, 57, was discovered by her daughter, Amanda, on the morning of October 21, 2005.
She had been beaten to death on her living room sofa.
Terry A. Anderson, 59, loved working in his workshop, located in the shed behind his home.
That's where police discovered his body on the morning of October 21, 2005.
Crime scene tape blocks off this LaGrange Co., Ind. home shortly after the savagely beaten body of Darleen Anderson was discovered inside of it.
The shed where Terry was found slain is located within close proximity to the house where his wife's body was found.
This Horton Legend CB 325 Crossbow was taken from the Anderson home.
Police believe the recovery of it, along with the rest of the stolen weaponry, will help solve this case.
This Winchester lever-action .22 Magnum w/western style sling, black scope and camo tape had the initials "T.A." inscribed near the buttplate under the sling.
Police hope to one day recover this key piece of the puzzle.
Cops say this black composite CVA inline .50-cal. Muzzleloader w/Western style sling and black Simmons or Tasco (Golden Antler) scope disappeared from the Anderson's home on Oct. 20, 2005.
This Mossberg 500 20-gauge pump-action shotgun had a 24" slug barrel, a Western style sling, and the front sight flipped down. Also, the pump sleeve has been re-welded several times. Police hope to recover this gun, which had gone missing from the Anderson's home on the night of the murders.
Cops say this Horton EZ-Winder for a crossbow was taken from the Anderson's home on Oct. 20, 2005.
The handle was left at the scene, and cops hope to recover the rest of it.
Several knives, including a homemade hunting knife with an elk antler grip, similar to the one pictured above, had also been taken from the Anderson home.
Cops hope their retrieval will point them in the direction of those responsible for Terry and Darleen Anderson's senseless murder.
Investigators believe a number of coins, like the Sacagawea coin pictured above, were removed from the Anderson home by their killer.
This sign was posted near the murder site in LaGrange County, in hopes that new tips would come to light.
Terry, pictured with the prize musky which earned him the title of Webster Lake Musky Club Iron Man 2005.
This photo was taken on the day Sherry and Rick met back up with their father, Terry, after years of not seeing or hearing from one another.
Terry's teepee is located directly behind them.
(From left to right) Darleen, Rick, Sherry, Terry and the then-newest member of the Anderson family, Amanda, taken on the day when Sherry and Rick first visited Terry in the mid-1980s.