Episode: E116: “The Ypsilanti Ripper” Pt. 2 - John Norman Collins

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E116: “The Ypsilanti Ripper” Pt. 2 - John Norman Collins
After successfully murdering four women in Eastern Michigan without a whiff of suspicion in 1969, John Norman Collins began to believe he would never be caught. He grew increasingly brash, returning to crime scenes and toying with police. 


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