http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/7432329.htmlA Tennessee woman was stunned when homicide investigators accused her of killing her [/color]husband
more than 20 years ago.
"It was like she was in shock. 'I can't believe it after all this time,' " said Sgt. Chris Guess with the Franklin [/color]County Sheriff
's Department in Tennessee, where Norma Jean Clark had been living for several years.
Clark, 62, was charged with murder Wednesday in the April 22, 1987, shooting death of Edmund Hugh Clark at their Tomball home.
The case remained unsolved until last year, when the [/color]Harris County Sheriff's Office
cold case unit took a second look.
Clark had said she had been sleeping in another room, but was awakened by the sound of gunfire. She then ran to the home of a neighbor, who notified authorities about what happened.Victim shot twiceDeputies arrived at the scene and found the husband's body in a downstairs bedroom. He had been shot twice — once in the head and once in the back. The weapon used in the slaying, a .38-caliber revolver, was found on a dresser, according to the [/color]criminal complaint
filed against Norma Jean Clark.
Clark said she ran through the heavily wooded area in her bare feet after hearing the gunfire. But her neighbor noted she had no injuries and her clothing wasn't damaged.[/size][/font]