Murderer on dating game message boards
I think that’s something the public, they’re always looks to make these connections, right?They think that maybe there’s some super serial killer going up and down the East Coast killing at will – and that’s really not the case. they’re super-geniuses who play cat-and-mouse games with detectives…that doesn’t really happen that much.together, Josh would go on the weekends to Long Island to start working on this story.He thought it was going to be a documentary, like maybe a two-hour documentary.One-hundred and twenty miles away is Atlantic City and another four sex workers are found behind this seedy motel.
I guess I was nervous I couldn’t sell a show about sex workers–like dead sex workers– because it would have been way too depressing.‘Oh he’s so hot, he’s a serial killer.’ And it’s like: it’s neither of those. ” : People think it’s actually real, that you can solve a crime in 30 minutes.And then we drove around (an escort named) Super, who was my first interview. But what’s really crazy is that it’s actually a private citizen that has the largest database of homicide stats in the country.None belonged to Gilbert, but they shared with her one very important characteristic: The women, like Shannon, had all made money answering escort ads on Craigslist.
The story became national news, and incited a flurry of interest from amateur internet detectives, who posted their theories about LISK (short for Long Island Serial Killer) on the message boards of Web
I was like, “Oh if you want to see something horrific, I can show you something that will fucking blow your mind because it’s I didn’t want to do anything about serial murderers. I had this idea that everyone said it was going to get solved, and then when it didn’t, and we heard about all of the political backstabbing, the corruption, the fact that these women were sex workers. The fact that there’s no law enforcement, law enforcement can’t help you, and they can’t track. And as someone in our doc says, I think a big thing is that we’re fed this bullshit lie that law enforcement is feeding our information to super-computers 24/7.