“So, I got out of the car, pulled her out and dragged her into the growth back there. And pulled her deeper into...there's a path, a little path, that went in somewhere, I don't know where it led to, but it was running deeper into the undergrowth. And we ran into some water running, but before we got to the water the earth was mushy. I turned her loose and she fell into it face down.”


Regarding the murder of a teenage transgender woman in 1971-1972.

Tagged: serial killer

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