Episode: “The Ypsilanti Ripper” - John Norman Collins


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“The Ypsilanti Ripper” - John Norman Collins

By 1967, he seemed to be a well-adjusted college student in Ann Arbor, Michigan. But the real reason for John Norman Collins' confidence lay far from the local college campus. Rather, in an abandoned farmhouse deep in the woods, where he could visit his victims again and again, admiring his handiwork.

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