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TRUE CRIMES: MY FATHER WAS THE ZODIAC SERIAL KILLER

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True crimes is the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, June 18, 3 pm ET when Halli talks with Gary L. Steward author of The Most Dangerous Animal of All: Searching for My Father…and Finding the Zodiac Killer and Dr. Anne Speckhard, author of Fetal Abduction, The True Story of Multiple Personalities and Murder.

An explosive and historic book of true crime, The Most Dangerous Animal of All: Searching for My Father…and Finding the Zodiac Killer by Gary L. Steward is an emotionally powerful and revelatory memoir of a man whose decade-long search for his biological father led to a chilling discovery: his father was one of the most notorious, and still-wanted serial killers in America. In a chilling psychological profile of Stewart’s father, the questions that have surrounded the case for 50 years are answered in a riveting narrative.

In Fetal Abduction, The True Story of Multiple Personalities and Murder Dr. Anne Speckhard, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical School who has served on such high-profile cases, including that of Lorena Bobbit, tells the story of Annette Morales Rodriquez, a hard-working single mother of three. and also the story of Lara, a psychopathic killer who abducted another woman’s fetus, killing both mother and baby. Unbeknownst to Annette, Lara is a part of her: a dissociative identity formed to help Annette deal with the sexual abuse she endured as a child.

A serial killer and a psychopathic killer suffering from multiple personality disorder -- true crimes with authors Gary L. Steward and Dr. Anne Speckhard on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. 

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TRUE CRIME
MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER
SERIAL KILLER
ZODIAC KILLER
MURDER
PSYCHOLOGY
TRAUMA
VICTIM
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