I'll Be Gone in the Dark - Part Three - Epilogue: Letter To An Old Man Summary & Analysis

Michelle McNamara
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Part Three is written by Michelle's lead researcher Paul Haynes (also known as the Kid) and investigative journalist Billy Jensen. Together, they explore Michelle's notes posthumously and assemble a series of her impressions and remaining questions. They note that her insomnia led her to create archives of old maps of aerial photographs, images of crime scenes and evidence, analysis of his tools, and many folders on related suspects like the Visalia Ransacker. She also has lists of items taken from victims and possible suspects. She profiles him physically and writes details notes on his patterned behavior. She once reached out to a witness, Andrew Marquette, who possible saw the EAR on bicycle before some of his attacks. He described the EAR as a "schoolboy" (290). McNamara thinks that the EAR may have been an airman, and he...

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