Labyrinth Planned for Strangling Victim

GROSSE POINTE WOODS, Mich. (AP) -- A labyrinth is planned in memory of a suburban Detroit woman who was strangled two years ago.

The Detroit Free Press reports ( ) members of St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Grosse Pointe Woods broke ground Sunday on Jane's Walk GP, which will be in the church's front yard.

Jane Bashara's (buh-SHER'-uh's) body was found in her Mercedes-Benz in Detroit, but police believe she was strangled at her home in Grosse Pointe Park.

The Rev. Marianna Gronek said says the labyrinth will be a place of peace and reflection.

Bashara's husband Robert Bashara is charged with arranging the murder. A handyman, Joe Gentz, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, saying he killed Jane Bashara on orders from her husband. Robert Bashara is in prison for trying to have Gentz killed in jail.