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This Skeptic is Convinced,
This review is from: It's Me, Edward Wayne Edwards, the Serial Killer You Never Heard Of (Hardcover)
John A. Cameron is a former Great Falls Police detective who was the city's cold case detective. He's retired from the force but has devoted recent years to continuing his cold case investigations--along with a local genius, Neal-- beginning with a double murder that occurred in Great Falls in 1956. His trail led him to the worst serial killer this country has ever...not known, and who had started killing people as a boy. Bent on having his "work" recognized while eluding capture for murder (until 2009) and incriminating many innocents, his victims `include' (this will seem too sensational, but Cameron lays the evidence quite competently) The Black Dahlia murder, the Zodiac killings, Jimmy Hoffa, the Atlanta child murders, JonBenet Ramsey, Chandra Levy--in all, around a hundred that Cameron and Neal have tied to Edward Wayne Edwards. It should be noted that some he had set up are on death row today. Edwards, btw, died of natural causes in prison during the investigation. You may be laughing, but Cameron is well known and respected in my community, which is why I decided to read this book. I'm sold (at least, for the most part)--and those who know me know I'm a skeptic.