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Dec 7, 2016

This is part 2 of the BTK - Dennis Rader episode. We continue talking about the vicious murders committed by Rader and his technique of trolling for and stalking his victims (which he calls his "projects"). There is so much information to be shared about Rader that we will finish up with part 3 which should come out Sunday night.

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2 Comments
  • eleven and a half months ago
    Stephanie
    Thank you so much for making this podcast- I found it through reddit- Have you thought of doing Kevin Underwood and the Murder of Jamie Bolin? It's bone chilling to say the least, and haven't seen anyone cover it yet.
  • eleven and a half months ago
    Stephanie
    Thank you so much for making this podcast- I found it through reddit- Have you thought of doing Kevin Underwood and the Murder of Jamie Bolin? It's bone chilling to say the least, and haven't seen anyone cover it yet.