Earle Nelson was the first serial killer in the U.S. to get widespread media notoriety throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia. During 1926-27, he killed at least 22 people, and most of them were classified as “sex murders”—meaning Earle derived sexual pleasure during the killing. Earle denied responsibility for the murders until his last dying breath—which was taken at the gallows of San Quentin Prison. Listen to this week’s episode to learn more about Earle’s depraved and horrendous crimes and what ultimately lead to his capture.Almost every true crime addict knows about the infamous Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee. However, most people have never heard of Louisiana’s other serial killer: Nathaniel Code. Nathaniel had a unique ritual that linked him to at least eight murders but his true victim count is estimated to be double that amount. What made his crimes so unique that even the FBI had never seen anything like that before?
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