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“In the Footsteps of a Killer” writer Michelle McNamara weighs in on one new theory
The lack of closure in an unsolved case can have a sharpening effect on those left behind. Sally Duray, whose uncle was murdered by the Golden State Killer, shares her experience in a hand-written letter to writer Michelle McNamara
NEW EVIDENCE: Investigators Release a Third Recording Believed to Be of the Golden State Killer’s Voice – NSFW
One month after we launched an online manhunt for the Golden State Killer authorities are releasing new audio evidence from the case. Hear it now
Writer Michelle McNamara shares the latest on the manhunt for the Golden State Killer
Hear Los Angeles magazine deputy editor Nancy Miller and writer Michelle McNamara discuss the making of “In the Footsteps of a Killer”
Researcher Paul Haynes, who who tracked the Golden State Killer with Michelle McNamara, shares his favorite resources
Fifty rapes. Ten murders. Two identities. One man. From 1976 to 1986, one of the most violent serial criminals in American history terrorized communities throughout California. He was little known, never caught, and might still be out there. Now a determined investigator, a retired detective, and a group of online obsessives are on the hunt to track him down
Ten murders and 50 rapes. That’s one way to describe the crimes of the Golden State Killer, a serial attacker who terrorized California women and couples from 1976 to 1986. What that tally doesn’t reveal is the particular psychological horror this criminal—known by authorities as the East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker—inflicted on many of his victims. Writer Michelle McNamara brings the Golden State Killer’s most twisted sins to light
Hang-up phone calls to his victims were a big part of the Golden State Killer’s m.o.
The Golden State Killer (known as the East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker by authorities) is an unidentified violent offender whose DNA and m.o. link him to 50 rapes and sexually motivated attacks in Northern California and to ten murders in Southern California.
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