Whoever Fights Monsters - Chapter 9 To Kill Again Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 To Kill Again Summary and Analysis

In the early 1980s, Ressler learned about the case of Duane Samples. Samples was a Vietnam vet and a local veteran counselor. In 1975, Samples was at the house of a friend, Fran who lived there with her daughter. Another woman, Diane, was also at the apartment. They spent the night talking, drinking and smoking marijuana. Eventually Fran went to bed with her daughter and Diane asked Duane to leave while she went to sleep on the couch. Diane awoke to find her throat slit and her intestines hanging out of her stomach. She also heard Fran screaming. Not knowing what was going on, Diane held her intestines together and ran to the house next door and told the inhabitants to call an ambulance and the police. Miraculously, she survived but Fran did not. Duane, after...

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