The brother of some of the eight family members found shot last week in rural southern Ohio said five victims will be buried side by side in a nearby town.
Seven adults and 16-year-old boy were found dead Friday at four properties near Piketon. Investigators have interviewed more than 50 people in the case but have made no arrests.
Tony Rhoden said his 73-year-old mother has been holding the grieving family together.
Rhoden lost two brothers, his former sister-in-law and a cousin in the slayings. He said the victims also included a teenage nephew who had just earned a driver's license, a 19-year-old niece who worked at a nursing home and had a days-old newborn, and a 20-year-old nephew who loved to hunt and fish.