- Sep 5, 2019
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[…]Oh, I thought it was said to be the student health center. I need to fact check that, but it's not the most pressing issue in this case.
I thought the article said "most students didn't come back and keep their appointments," I assumed it was a student health center.
Four days later — when many students in the college town of Pullman, Washington, were canceling their appointments and leaving the community amid fears of a killer on the loose — Kohberger attended a routine medical appointment near his apartment.
A receptionist at the office, who asked Insider not to name her or the business because discussing the interaction might violate medical privacy laws, told Insider that Kohberger was especially friendly at his appointment, prompting the staff to take notice.
Kohberger was so friendly, in fact, her boss commented on it.
"She said, 'He's so nice and charming' — she never says that about anybody," the receptionist told Insider. "I was like, 'Yeah, he really was.'"
Bryan Kohberger went to medical appointment 4 days after Idaho murders, staff remembered him as especially 'charming'
Those who interacted with Kohberger days after the Idaho killings say — for the most part — he was his normal, chatty self.