This week, Andrew + Kirsten go deep down the rabbit hole in Part 1 of John List, the Boogeyman of Westfield, one of the most fascinating and execrable cases in modern U.S. history. It impacted law enforcement techniques, spurred countless creepy tales, and changed the very vocabulary around a type of crime that is far too common.
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