SFist has a story that names Guy Ward Hendrickson as the infamous hooded killer. The accuser is his daughter who says that her father took her along on some of the killings, that she embroidered his mask and that once he hid a gun in the back of her pants.
The catch? This is a recovered memory. So for years this woman went along never knowing that her father was a killer and then suddenly she remembered it. It reminds me of the former LA cop who is convinced that his father was the Black Dahlia killer. Seems like some people resolve their daddy issues by blaming Daddy for serial killings.
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