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In this “Best Of True Crime Reporter™”, we take you back to the first episode in our series about serial killer Kenneth Allen McDuff.
It was a Webby Award Honoree for Best True Crime Podcast in 2021.
McDuff is the only criminal in Texas history to have received three death sentences.
Yet he got out of prison under a cloud of corruption after murdering three teenagers.
An FBI profiler, the late Roy Hazelwood, described McDuff to me as the Great White Shark of serial killers.
Yet most people have never heard of McDuff.
But an audience around the globe is about to learn the grizzly details of a sexual sadistic serial killer.
We are producing a five-part documentary series called “Freed To Kill” about McDuff with Big Media TV for a major streaming channel.
I rounded up homicide investigators, victims’ family members, and other reporters that you don’t hear from in this podcast.
It’s a deep look inside the mind of a serial killer and the dedication of law officers that were determined to put McDuff back behind bars.
With that said, here’s a reminder that this is not for the faint of heart.
I’m 65 yrs.lived in Houston, TX. All my mostly west, south west of Houston, but I remember when I was 17,there was a killer inside of Houston killing women in mostly their apartments cutting their heads off, and it scared the heck out of me because my parents had just gave me my first car, I have tried to look this crime up eversence,but never found one ounce of that crime and I know it happened, it was on the news for weeks, so if you are familiar of the crime I’m speaking of I would love for you to speak about it, I’m sorry I don’t have much more info on this, but how many crime were going on in Houston that were cutting women’s heads off back in 1972 or 1973, good luck hope you’re able to find it and speak about it, because there was only one other person that scared the blank out of me and thank God he was caught and died in prison by a injection 💉, which I think is to dame easy for these murders, I really enjoy listening to your show, thank you, I love Texas with all my heart and to hear you talking about the criminals you caught makes me happy, I also want to thank you for your years of service to the crime department we were and apparently still are very proud of you and God Bless you and your family. God bless.
Robert Riggs says
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