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In the 1970s and 1980s, Robert Hansen hunted women in the last frontier of Alaska. He lured women with offers of large amounts of money for sex. Once a woman got into a car with Robert Hansen, they were trapped. He even bought his own plane in order to transport women out into the wilderness of Alaska. All of this occurred while Hansen was operating a bakery and playing the role of a husband and father.
Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the notorious serial killer Robert Hansen. Hansen admitted to authorities that he would take women to secluded areas, like his cabin near the Knik River, a place you can only get to by boat or in a bush plane, and then let them go there in the wilderness. As they ran for their lives, naked and barefoot, he hunted them the same way that he was known for hunting animals. His confessions shocked even seasoned investigators.
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