Paul Holes — the investigator who dreamed up a clever way to genetically track one of California's most elusive bad guys, the Golden State Killer — has become an unlikely internet obsession for thousands of mostly-female true crime fans.
Paul Holes — the investigator who dreamed up a clever way to genetically track one of California's most elusive bad guys, the Golden State Killer — has become an unlikely internet obsession for thousands of mostly-female true crime fans. Laura A. Oda The Oakland Tribune
Paul Holes — the investigator who dreamed up a clever way to genetically track one of California's most elusive bad guys, the Golden State Killer — has become an unlikely internet obsession for thousands of mostly-female true crime fans. Laura A. Oda The Oakland Tribune