Episode 050: Herbert Mullin, Part 4

on October 14, 2011 in Podcast Episodes, Serial Killers by

When we concluded last week, Herbert Mullin had just killed his former friend and marijuana dealer James Gianera, James’ wife, and three people that lived where James had used to.

This week, we draw Mullin’s story to its close.

Mentioned in this Episode: Edmund Kemper

You can also download the episode directly.

And feel free to use the comments below for episode discussion.

“The Die Song” by Donald T. Lunde and Jefferson Morgan
“Herb Mullin” by Shirley Lynn Scott on TruTV.com
“Herb Mullin” on the Serial Killer Timelines at Radford.edu
“The Serial Killer Files” by Harold Schechter
“The Encyclopedia of Serial Killers, Second Edition” by Newton
“Serial Killers: The Method and Madness of Monsters” by Peter Vronsky
“Santa Cruz Serial Killer, Herbert Mullin, Denied Parole” by Kiki Jones in the Central Coast News

One Comment

  • Brian Combs says:

    So, in this episode I talked about how the public thought that Edmund Kemper had been released by psychologists, rather than a parole board, and that this public belief was incorrect. This came directly from Dr. Lunde’s book.

    The other night, I was watching the episode of Twisted on Kemper, and it specifically said he was released from the psych hospital by doctors.

    To be honest, I don’t know which is correct. There is lots of misinformation on Kemper, and determining the truth is difficult.

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