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Meet Edmund Ed Kemper Associated Press When youre 69 its hard to keep a low profile and to this rather obvious fact we may owe much of our insight into the mind of the serial killer It must have occurred to Edmund Kemper as he drove frantically eastward from the scene of his last two murders that the jig was most definitely up His six previous murders had been so carefully planned and carried out He had picked up young female hitchhikers women with whom hed had no previous contact and after hed killed them he took great care to conceal their identities and eliminate evidenceBut now he had committed a murder the circumstances of which would point straight to himhe had killed his mother in her own home It would only be a matter of time until her body and that of her friend whom hed also dispatched were discovered Police would soon begin searching for Edmund and with his unmistakable appearance he must have known there was really nowhere for him to hide So exhausted and anxious Edmund placed a call from a phone booth in Pueblo Colorado to the police in Santa Cruz California And he spilled his guts so to speak Still the scope and detail of his confession cant be completely attributed to his appearance If hed wanted he probably couldve confessed only to his last two murders keeping mum about the six hitchhikers There was no direct evidence as of yet connecting him with any of those killings Hed been careful and because two other serial killers were operating in the Santa Cruz area at roughly the same time police were confused as to who was killing whom But Edmund had had a lot on his mind for a long time and was ready to be rid of all of it Also the size of his ego rivaled the size of his
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