On a night in November 1986, Patrick Duffy's life changed forever. His parents were shot and killed by two drunken gunmen in their hometown of Boulder, Montana. Recently the 70-year-old Dallas actor recalled the fateful evening and the events leading up to it. \u201cMy father kicked these two young men out of the bar at some point in the evening,\u201d he recalls. \u201cSo they went and drank elsewhere... and came back to the bar to kick his a--. When they stepped in the bar with their guns, they shot him. There was nobody else in the bar, so they shot both my mother and my father.\u201d Patrick Duffy remembers all the emotions he felt after his parents' deaths Patrick Duffy \/ Chris Pizzello\/Invision\/AP\/Shutterstock Sean A. Wentz and Kenneth A. Miller were subsequently both charged with deliberate homicide at the ages of 19. Amid the ongoing murder investigation, The Los Angeles Times had reported that investigators recovered a shotgun with money taken from the bar. The bodies of Terence and Marie Duffy were soon recovered by a group of people who had stopped by the bar for a drink. RELATED: This Is What The Cast Of \u2018Dallas\u2019 Looks Like \u2013 Then And Now \u201cWhen my parents were murdered, I went through all the emotions of the horrific event \u2014 shock and anger and everything \u2014 but I never felt disconnected from ,\u201d Duffy says. \u201cI never felt that immediate loss. I did not know why then, but in retrospect, it was a result of being Buddhist.\u201d He has come to terms with everything since then Undated photo of Duffy with his parents \/ Courtesy, Daily Mail These two men that were charged with the homicide were found guilty. Wentz, the one who pulled the trigger, was sentenced to 180 years in prison. His accomplice was paroled in 2007. Duffy has a response to these punishments and the fact that one of them is already out of jail. \u201cI\u2019m OK with that,\u201d he admits. \u201cMy point of view is he\u2019s already been punished. You know, whether he\u2019s in prison or out of prison.\u201d Check out this 1987 news headline report of the two men charged in the brutal killings of Patrick Duffy's parents.