Episode: E71: “The Sunset Strip Killer” - Carol Bundy

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E71: “The Sunset Strip Killer” - Carol Bundy
After years of abuse as a child at the hands of her parents, Carol Bundy suffered through the same fate as an adult at the hands of various boyfriends. When she met Douglas Clark, she thought things would be different. But he had dark sexual fantasies and she would do anything to stay with him. Even kill. Serial Killers Live Show - go to parcast.com/live for ticket information Sponsors! Ring - Save up to $150 off a Ring of Security Kit when you go to Ring.com/SERIALKILLERS. Upstart - Go to Upstart.com/SERIALKILLERS to find out how low your Upstart rate is! Harlequin - Visit BookClubbish.com to learn more about Hangman by Jack Heath and start reading today!

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