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On April 1, 2011, 19-year-old Kenia Monge went missing. She was hanging out with friends at the 24K Lounge in Denver, Colorado when she reportedly went to the restroom and never returned. A few months later, Colorado State University student, Lydia Tillman, was attacked in her apartment. Is there a connection?  Sources: denverpost.com/2011/09/26/a-criminal-timeline-of-travis-forbes-admitted-killer-of-19-year-old-kenia-monge/...

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On April 1, 2011, 19-year-old Kenia Monge went missing. She was hanging out with friends at the 24K Lounge in Denver, Colorado when she reportedly went to the restroom and never returned. A few months later, Colorado State University student, Lydia Tillman, was attacked in her apartment. Is there a connection?  Sources: denverpost.com/2011/09/26/a-criminal-timeline-of-travis-forbes-admitted-killer-of-19-year-old-kenia-monge/...

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On April 1, 2011, 19-year-old Kenia Monge went missing. She was hanging out with friends at the 24K Lounge in Denver, Colorado when she reportedly went to the restroom and never returned. A few months later, Colorado State University student, Lydia Tillman, was attacked in her apartment. Is there a connection?  Sources: denverpost.com/2011/09/26/a-criminal-timeline-of-travis-forbes-admitted-killer-of-19-year-old-kenia-monge/...

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Ed Kemper had a troubled childhood, suffering abuse from his family and rejection from both his father and his mother. This abuse and childhood trauma would boil inside of Kemper, creating violent tendencies that would explode into a year-long killing spree that plagued Santa Cruz, California in 1972 and 1973. Kemper, who is now known as “The Co-Ed Killer,” is one of the serial killers who helped create the Behavioral Science Unit at...

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Ed Kemper had a troubled childhood, suffering abuse from his family and rejection from both his father and his mother. This abuse and childhood trauma would boil inside of Kemper, creating violent tendencies that would explode into a year-long killing spree that plagued Santa Cruz, California in 1972 and 1973. Kemper, who is now known as “The Co-Ed Killer,” is one of the serial killers who helped create the Behavioral Science Unit at...

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Ed Kemper had a troubled childhood, suffering abuse from his family and rejection from both his father and his mother. This abuse and childhood trauma would boil inside of Kemper, creating violent tendencies that would explode into a year-long killing spree that plagued Santa Cruz, California in 1972 and 1973. Kemper, who is now known as “The Co-Ed Killer,” is one of the serial killers who helped create the Behavioral Science Unit at...

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