I think he was eating because he was hungry. He spent hours and hours surveilling people, stalking and jumping fences, I doubt he carried much food with him.
I am following the Criminology podcasts, they are doing a good job.
I think the diagram area was discovered by Paul Holes. On the recent show The Golden State Killer: It's Not Over (INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY) shows the area and even had one of the homes marked/colored belonged to a young woman who worked in the construction business that could have been a EAR/ONS future victim.
Is it possible that earons was young enough in 1976 to be in his late 50s today? I think of him when I am looking at the sketch of the Delphi murder bridge guy, since it was a double murder by a trail. Earons has a victim as young as 13- and reports of his age varied so greatly, but some did put him in his teens at the time.
I think EAR/ONS did attack people he knew in a few cases. I have seen cases of other serial rapists who wore a ski mask and did rape some victims that he knew. Those victims never knew that the rapist was 'my cousins boyfriend, ect' until the guy was caught. That wedding ring that was taken could have been EAR/ONS. I was thinking that she had hang up calls as well at that time.I just finished watching that ID series and my impression was that her house was shaded in black on the map as a "no-go zone" because maybe she was someone that he personally knew from the construction business. She did say he husband's wedding ring was taken from her house during a break in before a nearby EAR attack and it's possible that he saw photos of her in the house and recognized her.
The diagram of the development was also identified as Venetian Gardens in Stockton, CA.
There is an official "I'll Be Gone In The Dark" podcast about the making of the book. Evidently Michelle wanted to hold off on publishing as she felt they were nearing a solution in the case. AD74
[/h]This five-part docuseries profiles the terrifying real-life story of the Golden State Killer – a man responsible for a staggering 51 attacks and 12 murders in California. Investigators have searched for the sadistic criminal for forty years and with recent evidence suggesting he may still be alive, in 2016 the FBI Sacramento announced a national campaign and $50,000 reward to identify the perpetrator – making the investigation hotter than ever. It premieres on HLN on March 18th, 2018.
listen to the first episode of the criminogy podcast 53.50 minute mark they mention they had a suspect whos girlfriend said he a small thin penis but the police had cleared him i would love to know how they cleared him he lived close by it was attack number 3 does anyone know how they cleared him
did they test his dna his next door neighbour had his dog beaten to death the police said he was evasive