A new overview by Dutch magazine Elsevier documents all 137 homicides committed in The Netherlands in 2014. A quick analysis of these homicides shows that 35 of these homicides involved family members, the majority of which (ex) intimate partners. Six cases involved children killing their parents, and seven cases involved parents killing their children. Four cases involved homicides of other family members. These figures debunk at least two persistent myths: One, that family murders are on the rise. And two, that children are the most common victim.