Santa Cruz California 1973-74. There were so many dead bodies, the area had been given the moniker, the murder capital of the world. Some of that was due to Ed Kemper. But quietly in the background, another killer was hard at work. His motive was different than any other serial killer of his time—maybe in history. His victims, according to the killer, were all too willing to sacrifice their lives. And he knew it to be true because they’d told him so—telepathically. In five short months, thirteen people would die. This is the Thirteen Victims of Herbert Mullin. Saving California One Murder at a Time.
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Sources used for this podcast:
Department of Psychology Radford University
SF Sunday Examiner and Chronicle
Real Crime Documentary: Born to Kill
The Big Book of Serial Killers Vol. 2 by Jack Rosewood and Rebecca Lo