First of all, if you know zero about this whole situation, you should watch this show totally blind. The less you know, the better the entire experience would be.
What a powerful documentary, especially the final two episodes, which deal with the death of Patton Oswalt’s wife and the discovery of who the Golden State Killer is. The final episode, where they talk to his family in addition to victims, is powerful. When a killer-rapist is exposed, the family of the criminal is also destroyed. Totally wiped out. I’m amazed they got anyone from his family to speak; the whole thing is so painful.
I’m so glad they caught him, even if it was 40 years after his crimes. How in the world did he go from serial rapist and killer to committing no violent crimes from 1986 on? Stunning.
Shame he is old now. I wish he had spent 50 years in prison.
Anyone else see this?