West Amish Village in West Virginia, where a woman was found dead in her apartment in February, has reopened to the public.
Rosa and her boyfriend, David Williams, who live in a community of around 30 people, were renting an apartment in the community of West Ami in the town of Lumberton, about 35 miles (56km) north-west of Charleston.
The apartment was rented by the Williamses to stay overnight in February.
But it was empty and when the couple returned from work, they found the woman in the hallway and thought she had died, Rosa said.
The next day, the Williams children took the body to the local coroner’s office and found her to be deceased, she said.
“When I got the call from the coroner’s, I said, ‘Oh my god.
It’s my wife.
She was just murdered,'” Rosa said, adding that the coroner was also a friend of the couple and was there to help.”
I’m just devastated,” she said, “because it’s just heartbreaking.”‘
A very difficult situation’The Williamses had not been to their home in a long time, and the apartment was empty.
They said they found a note on the front door from the landlord.
“It said, `The building is out of order and needs to be moved,'” said David Williams.
The Williams family said that in the last week they had been having difficulties finding work.
“We were trying to find something, and they were saying, `We’re out of work and can’t find anyone,’ ” Rosa said she told the couple.”He said, �I’m going to have to hire someone to clean your apartment.'”
They took their own advice, she added.
When the couple called to inquire about a job, they were told that their landlord was still accepting applications, and that they needed to apply again.
“The next thing we heard was that we had to reapply,” Rosa said of the call to the landlord’s office.
“They didn’t tell us anything, and when we got back to the house, the lady was gone,” she added, sobbing.
“It was just a very difficult, very traumatic situation for the family.”
Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the murder.
“There’s no other information that we know of,” West Amis police said in a statement.
The couple were in the process of moving to a new apartment, but Rosa said that was not what they were looking for.
“This is not a place we wanted to be,” she told RTE.
“This was a very, very difficult and traumatic situation.”