Episode: “The Co-Ed Killer” - Edmund Kemper

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“The Co-Ed Killer” - Edmund Kemper

Verbally abused and psychologically tortured by his mother, young Edmund Kemper's mind turned towards vicious daydreams and perverted nightmares. Before he even reached adulthood in California, Kemper showed the world how truly violent he could be. The Co-Ed Killer went on to murder ten people between 1964 and 1973. 


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