Wednesday, November 7, 2018

16. Killer Next Door: William Lester Suff

A man searching for cans thinks he sees a mannequin. As the man got closer, he could see it was not a mannequin but the body of a young woman. There were few clues but sadly it wouldn’t be long before this California killer would again come calling. And again. And again and many more times.

This is the story of a man who lived a seemingly normal life right alongside the officers who were desperately looking for a madman. Little did they realize he was right in front of them. Please join us as we discuss the ‘Riverside Killer’ also known as the ‘Lake Elsinore Killer’ William Suff.


  1. Episode Show Notes:

    "19th Victim Is Linked to a Killer," New York Times, December 26, 1991.
    Real Detective:
    "Man Charged in Prostitute Slayings in California," New York Times, January 15, 1992
    "Suspect in 19 Killings Indicted in California," New York Times, July 29, 1992.
    "Man Is Indicted in 14 Killings in California," New York Times, July 30, 1992.
    "Homicidal Mania: The Fifteen Most Horrific Murder Cases Ever to Shock America" by Bill Kelly at CyberSleuths.
    "Californian Is Guilty in Killing of 12 Prostitutes," New York Times, July 20, 1995.
    "Jury Asks for Death Penalty for Convicted Killer of 12 Women," New York Times, August 20, 1995.
    "Killer of Prostitutes Gets Death Sentence," New York Times, October 29, 1995.

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