Episode: “Milwaukee North Side Strangler” Walter E. Ellis

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“Milwaukee North Side Strangler” Walter E. Ellis

In his youth, Walter Ellis was prone to fits of physical violence. But as he grew older, he took on the role of a gentle and unsuspecting neighbor. Over the course of 20 years, it was this persona that allowed the man known as the Milwaukee North Side Strangler to avoid the detection of local police, who were facing a series of eerily similar murders.

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