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March 9, 1994 | From Associated Press
A suspected serial killer who died of complications of AIDS while on Death Row confessed to killing 21 young men in a methodical murder rampage in which he lured victims with drugs, alcohol and money, his attorney said Tuesday. The disclosure provided some answers to a decade of haunting questions about the convicted killer, Larry Eyler, who died Sunday. Authorities had considered him the prime suspect in a string of murders across Illinois and Indiana in the early 1980s.
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November 10, 1995 | From Associated Press
A convicted rapist charged with strangling an 8-year-old girl has reportedly confessed to killing the youngster and at least 10 other people and told police where they could find three of the bodies. Authorities had not even known about some of the murders until Eugene V. Britt's confession Tuesday, and they immediately found the remains of one woman, the Gary Post-Tribune and the Times of Munster reported Thursday. Police searched for the other victims.
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November 10, 1995 | From Associated Press
A convicted rapist charged with strangling an 8-year-old girl has reportedly confessed to killing the youngster and at least 10 other people and told police where they could find three of the bodies. Authorities had not even known about some of the murders until Eugene V. Britt's confession Tuesday, and they immediately found the remains of one woman, the Gary Post-Tribune and the Times of Munster reported Thursday. Police searched for the other victims.
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March 9, 1994 | From Associated Press
A suspected serial killer who died of complications of AIDS while on Death Row confessed to killing 21 young men in a methodical murder rampage in which he lured victims with drugs, alcohol and money, his attorney said Tuesday. The disclosure provided some answers to a decade of haunting questions about the convicted killer, Larry Eyler, who died Sunday. Authorities had considered him the prime suspect in a string of murders across Illinois and Indiana in the early 1980s.
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