This week Beth and Wendy discuss David Bullock, a man who between December 1981 and January 1982, killed at least six people in New York City.
First we thank you for your listener letters and support (5:28). We introduce the story and start with the stats (10:41) then we dive into the setting, New York City (11:47), the killers early life (28:48) and the timeline (31:18). Then, we get into the investigation & arrest (41:00) followed by “Where are they now?”(45:43). We get into our Take Aways and what we think made the perp snap (48:02).
As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered (53:09) and some shout outs (54:57).
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The Courtroom Sketches of Ida Libby Dengrove
Date: 1982, Collection Information: Box: 11, Folder:52, Identifier:1242
How Not to Get Murdered
From our Listener Mae (abridged, you have to listen for the full tea):
Keep a taser in the car.
share your location with your close friends
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