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SERIAL KILLER: The Alphabet Murders Part 1

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True Crime

4.7352.7K Ratings

🗓️ 19 February 2024

⏱️ 34 minutes

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Dozens of commuters see a young girl fleeing a car on the side of the expressway in Rochester, NY, but no one pulls over to help. The community is devastated when her body is discovered just days later, but it’s assumed to be a tragic but isolated incident. But when more young girls go missing…only to have their bodies discovered within days in a similar manner…the community must ask: is a serial killer stalking the streets of Rochester? And is he choosing his victims based on a seemingly random characteristic? This is Part 1 of 2.

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Hi crime junkies, I'm your host Ashley Flowers and I'm Britt and the story I have for you today is about


innocence and how easily it can be stolen and the vulnerability it brings. This is the story of


Carmen Cologne, Wanda Walkewitz, and Michelle Mayenza. the Oh, It's around 5. around a cold November


in the


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it it's around 530 on a cold November evening in 1971 in Rochester, New York.


And one by one commuters on the Western Expressway are jolted out of their routine drives home by what they see on the shoulder of the highway.


Driver after driver slows and cranes their neck as they pass this almost unbelievable sight in front of them.


It's a young girl naked from the waist down with her pants clutched in her hand


and she is screaming and waving her arms as she runs in the direction of oncoming


traffic and what she's running from is clear. There is a car on the shoulder driving in reverse to chase her.


According to a book called Nightmare in Rochester, one driver who will call Dave turns to his passenger,


I'm sure in a total state of disbelief, and asks if he should turn back.


Uh, hi, Dave, this is Britt.


Happy to answer that question for you.


Yes, yes, you should absolutely turn back.


Yeah, but easier said than done maybe.


I mean, it's rush hour because turning back isn't really an option per se.


They'd have to like get off at an exit, get back on the expressway coming in the other direction.


Okay, so get off at an exit, then get back on the expressway coming in the other direction.


I don't see why this is even a question.


And also, why is Dave the only one asking?


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