Episode 61-You Have a Generic-Looking Face
This week, Erica and Billy decided to take a look at a not-so-well-known series of murders in the early 1970’s, and its not what you would expect. And despite all of the controversy and brazenness involved, it all boils down to a generic sketch and the man that was certain it was him (even though it wasn’t-but don’t you tell him that!)
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