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The Confession That Led To An Investigation

The man was inspired by Showtime show and ended up getting caught.

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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Most of the time it is a child shadowing their parent or something wholesome like that. Very rarely is it something sinister.

Though when it is, people tend to sit up and take notice. Usually, in those cases…

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Edward Anderson

Edward Anderson

Edward has written hundreds of acclaimed true crime articles and has won numerous awards for his short stories.

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