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Resource ID: #16881
Subject: Murders
Source: New Yorker
Date: 1970-09-01



The article attempts to assess the possiblity that convicted murdered, Hadden Clark, was a serial murderer whose victims had not all be found or identified. According to one cellmate, "[Clark's] just not the normal person you meet in prison who killed somebody... he should be locked up in a mental hospital for the ciminally insane." Clark also showed signs of having other personalities including two female ones, a mother and a daughter. The author presents evidence from interviews with Clark that he is responsible for at least two other unsolved murders.

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