On June 15, 2004, a man named John Paul Chapman is arrested for possession of meth, weed, obstruction and possession of drug paraphernalia. But the man in the chair in front of police wasn’t John Paul Chapman. He was a 32-year-old man who’d raped and murdered for the past 12 years without ever being caught, or going to jail. Some would say he was charismatic and handsome—others have dubbed him the poor man’s Ted Bundy. He was a liar and an addict. And, he was a killer. This is Jeremy Bryan Jones. And his Killer Charm.
Sources used for this Podcast:
The Town Talk | 5. 28. 2005
The Atlanta Constitution | 10. 9. 2004
The Selma Times Journal | 1. 30. 2005