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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.
(No location given: Colleen Henry) Evidence that may link serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer to the 1981 murder of Adam Walsh in Florida examined; scenes shown from the Hollywood mall where Adam disappeared. [Writer Arthur Jay HARRIS- recounts Dahmer’s statements to police.] [Dahmer’s former boss Darlene HILL- notes her employees had use of the company van.] [Witness Willis MORGAN- recounts his encounter with Dahmer at the mall and seeing a newspaper picture of Dahmer.] [Witness Bill BOWEN- describes seeing a man holding a struggling boy.] [Father John WALSH – says they have to look at this case.]
(Studio: Rick Sanchez; Green Bay, Wisconsin: Colleen Henry) Why Dahmer did not confess to the Walsh murder, his prolific lying, and why police did not know about the connection to the Walsh case discussed.
(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Dahmer’s path from his arrest in 1991 to his death in prison in 1994 outlined on screen. Last Call question introduced.
- Sanchez, Rick;
- Henry, Colleen
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