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Every week host Dan Zupansky will interview the authors that have written about the most shocking killers of all time.

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Ambitious, attractive, and full of potential, five young college students prepared for the new semester. They dreamed of beginning careers and starting families. They had a lifetime of experiences in front of them. But death came without warning in the dark of the night. Brutally ending five promising lives, leaving behind three gruesome crime scenes, the Gainesville Ripper terrorized the University of Florida, casting an ominous shadow across a frightened college town. What evil lurked inside him? What demons drove him to kill? What made him ‘A Monster of All Time'? A MONSTER OF ALL TIME: The True Story of Danny Rolling, The Gainesville Ripper-J.T. Hunter
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