Remind me not to become a serial killer. Not that I'm planning on it, mind you, but the more I read and research about men and women who get addicted to murder, the more I see that it is not a wise lifestyle choice.
The Craig's List Killer obviously had some deep rooted problems, not the least of which was a penchant for killing. Paul LaRosa, the brilliant CBS News producer of 48 Hrs Mystery, has written a book about the case, SEVEN DAYS OF RAGE. I invited Paul to spend an hour on the air this Saturday with Don Woldman and me on TRUE CRIMES. At first Paul was a bit timid. Seems he had agreed to appear on some 90 minute talk show broadcast from some lady's kitchen table and it didn't go well. I assured Paul that TRUE CRIMES adhered to the highest broadcast standards — well, as high as they can be when broadcast from an 1876 Virginia City style bar in Matt Alan's backyard. We have a worldwide audience — I know that for a fact because we get email from England, New Zealand, Australia and even the USA.