The North Pole Murders



After a string of closely spaced murders of young women near Fairbanks in the late 1970s and early 80s, the abductions and murders stopped. Troopers didn’t believe the vicious killer had suddenly quit murdering young women, but they thought the predator had moved somewhere else. Unfortunately, at the time, they had no database to track the killer’s movements beyond Alaska. Only the deductive reasoning and hard work of seasoned investigators traced the monster four thousand miles to his new hunting grounds.

Further Reading:

Ice Cold Killers: North Pole Slay Ride

Wikipedia: Thomas Bunday

Fairbanks Daily News Miner: Who was Thomas Richard Bunday?

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