By Caitlin Rother
"Page-turning excitement...riveting, fast moving real crime." --M. William Phelps
On a cold November afternoon in 1998, a tearful 36-year-old guy walked into the Humboldt County Sheriff's division in Eureka, CA, and confessed to anything terrible. "I damage a few people," he stated. inside of his pocket was once the ghastly facts of his assertion. yet there has been extra to Wayne Adam Ford than the path of mangled sufferers he left in the back of. extra, even, than the twisted predator within, which drove him to more and more perverse sexual appetites. Pulitzer-nominated writer Caitlin Rother attracts on formerly sealed testimony, interviews with the major gamers within the case, and the killer's surprising confession to discover the demons that drove a broken guy to his unspeakable crimes. Her booklet is a haunting, unforgettable true-life mystery.
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He got stronger and things were looking good. ” Gene said Wayne was fine until Gene met the woman who would become his wife in 1976. Wayne didn’t like his new sister or Gene’s new wife. “That upset him, that changed him,” Gene said later. ” Keith said there was never a doubt that Gene loved his sons. He just expected them to work as hard as he had growing up. “The big difference I see is that Gene’s family was solid. ” Time periods seem to blur together for this family, so it’s difficult to tell how long Wayne stayed where, but he was traded back and forth between his mother and father and his uncle Jimmy before heading off on his own to Redding when he was about fifteen.
Once he gave himself up, he said, he knew he wouldn’t see Rodney anymore because he was never going to get out of jail—the only one who could forgive him was God. “I don’t want to live anymore,” Wayne kept saying. “I don’t want to live with myself. ” Later that afternoon, Wayne suggested they go to a movie, so they picked a vampire flick, a genre both of them liked. It was quiet and dark in the theater, which gave Rodney a chance to think for a minute. By the time the movie came on, he was feeling pretty antsy.