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Waneta Hoyt and the Doctor Who Protected a Serial Killer

Tim, Waneta, and unknown infant Hoyt

April 15, 1970, Syracuse, New York: Waneta and Tim Hoyt brought their fourth child, 3-week-old Molly, to see Dr. Alfred Steinschneider in his cutting-edge infant sleep clinic. There, Steinschneider was studying Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which he believed to be caused by sleep apnea, perhaps caused by some unknown genetic factor.




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