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“When I got back, it was the first time anyone had heard from him,” said Detective Chris Smith, who worked the murder case with an agent who worked a similar case from 1981 to 1989. “He went down in history for trying to make it work.”
While many other criminal investigations are going on today, the Sheriff’s and FBI have been chasing a serial killer through nearly the entire nation, searching the land for the key piece of evidence. The case was featured in the TV series, Lost. In fact, Smith was chosen by an online forum to interview the Serial Killer for the next season.
“It’s a fascinating case, it’s one that’s been unsolved for 20-30 years,” said Smith, now retired as a Los Angeles Police Department detective.
His detective agency got a call a few months ago.
“The woman that was kidnapped was at the hospital for four days,” Smith said. “He didn’t know if she was alive.”
Smith spent his career chasing a serial killer after he was hired to investigate serial killers in the 1970s, said Detective Gary Johnson, a retired law enforcement supervisor. One that’s been cold for the last three decades was an American police officer named Edward Dahmer, whom Johnson said was the most interesting guy to be on the case.
Dahmer had shot three teenage boys and killed a teenage girl in a series of burglaries in North Bay cities, said Johnson. The bodies were found in a remote area. Dahmer was a violent guy, he had tried to set himself on fire several times. After he died from the flames, Dahmer left his body in a remote area, and police thought he was dead. The body was found in the creek behind a motel.
“It’s an interesting case, but the reason why we’re pursuing this is because this man has been murdered,” Johnson said.
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“At first, the Sheriff’s Department is pretty shocked, because there’s no one who could’ve caught him, who would think he’s doing this,” Smith said.
A young deputy assigned to the department, Jeff Jones
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