Serial killers: cold case sponges

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Wouldn’t it be nice if all unsolved cases could be blamed on one bogeyman? The bogeyman that is everywhere at everytime, and is so smart he never gets caught in over 40 years?

If we called him a serial killer and built a Hollywood legend around him. Would people believe it?

I have no doubt Bruce is a Sim. I’m am pretty sure most of his promoted victims are sims. The cold cases they quietly assign to him may be real, as they’re too old for anyone, including survivors, to worry about.

The probe into accused serial killer Bruce McArthur is hitting multi-jurisdictional overdrive as cops try to link the landscaper to unsolved homicides.

Some of the unsolved killings and missing person’s investigations date to the 1970s.

Cops look for links beween accused serial killer and unsolved murders torontosun.com…

Californian has their own 66 year old white (preferred color) dude.

As the San Jose Mercury News put it, serial killers were “part of the tapestry” of the final decades of the 20th century.

The arrests of the alleged Golden State Killer Joseph James DeAngelo, 66, two weeks ago and accused Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur, 66 in January, might give the impression that mass murder is an old man’s game.

Intelligence must be pushing serial killers this year.

SERIAL KILLERS: Monsters dormant but NOT dead

But is the day of the serial killer really through?

“Nope. I would say that cops are just catching them faster,” criminologist and cold case expert Mike Arntfield told the Toronto Sun.

2 thoughts on “Serial killers: cold case sponges

  1. RolloRollo

    VVVVV —- Based on a True Story “Citizen X” is a fantastic Serial Killer film made in 1995 way before I became a Fakeologist , I think It still has a lot of merit for Fakeologists.

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