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Zodiac Killer / Survivor's Story (Part I) #854230

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 05, 2007
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[Zodiac victim Brian HARTNELL - recalls what happened when he was stabbed.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Dan Simon) The story of the attacks by the infamous Zodiac serial killer, who operated in the San Francisco area in the late 1960s, featured; details given about the random acts of violence in 1968 and 1969 for which the killer claimed responsibility in taunting letters and ciphers to the newspaper; composite sketch of the killer shown. ["Zodiac" author Robert GRAYSMITH†, retired Napa County sheriff's department deputy Ken NARLOW†- talk about the Zodiac case.] The evidence against suspect Arthur Allen†, who died in 1992, recalled. [HARTNELL - talks about his recovery from what happened 40 years ago.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Simon, Dan
Duration:
00:05:30

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