Ex-investigator to outline hunt for serial killer
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) - The public will be able to get an inside look into what it took to finally catch a serial killer whose victims included women in Illinois and Missouri.
As part of its 150th birthday, Missouri's Cape Girardeau Police Department will sponsor a program offering more insight into the
Krajcir has admitted killing nine women in four states. He's already received life sentences in eight of the deaths, including
He's been in prison since 1983 for other sex crimes.
Former Carbondale, Ill., police Lt. Paul Echols will head the discussion that'll get under way at 8 p.m. Thursday at Southeast