Horrific Killing

Stiletto heel murder in Houston Museum District leaves strange questions and a dead professor

Stiletto heel murder in Houston leaves questions and a dead professor

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A 59-year-old man was found dead in his Hermann Park area apartment, the victim of a fatal attack involving high-heeled shoes. (File photo) Blogs.UOregon.edu
Alf Stefan Andersson, 59, stiletto stabbing victim June 2013
Alf Stefan Andersson, 59, a research professor at the University of Houston’s Biology and Biochemistry Department, was found dead just before 4 a.m. in his condo. The University of Houston/KHOU Houston/Channel 11
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Police arrived at the 18th-floor apartment to find a man dead with multiple stab wounds to the head. METRO/KHOU Houston Channel 11
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44-year-old Ana Lilia Trujillo — a.k.a. Ana Fox — has been charged with murder. Photo courtesy of Houston Police Department
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Alf Stefan Andersson, 59, stiletto stabbing victim June 2013
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Ana Lilia Trujillo stilletto heal killer June 2013

A luxury high-rise building in the Houston Museum District was the site of a bizarre and grisly murder early Sunday morning when a woman stabbed her alleged boyfriend with a stiletto heel.

Jodi Silva with the Houston Police Department tells CultureMap that officers responded to an assault-in-progress call at 3:50 a.m. at The Parklane, a 36-story condo tower overlooking Hermann Park.

Police were directed to an 18th-floor apartment where a female guest at the building later identified as Ana Lilia Trujillo answered the door.

KHOU Ch. 11 in Houston reports that the woman led officers to the body of a 59-year-old man in a hallway near the kitchen. The victim suffered multiple stab wounds to the head and was pronounced dead at the scene. He's been identified as Alf Stefan Andersson, a  research professor at the University of Houston’s Biology and Biochemistry Department.

As the only person alive in the apartment when police arrived, Trujillo was detained for questioning by homicide investigators and later charged with murder in a Harris County criminal court. The suspect is being held on a $100,000 bond.

According to court documents, Trujillo — aka. Ana Fox — has had several prior run-ins with the law, including a dismissed misdemeanor case from 2010 involving check fraud.