A night spent camping with a murderer

This is definitely worth a click and your time….

Luke Whyte

Voices of  Justice

If you travel east on Rt. 299 from the Northern California coast, the wet winds will be suffocated by the mountains’ meticulous calm.

Somewhere out there (I’d say about a tank of gas east of the beach), a dirt road breaks off to the left and ascends through 20 miles of hairpin turns. Where it ends – next to a picnic table in a vacant campground – you’ll find a Ford Bronco inhabited by a 65-year-old bearded man who murdered his twin brother by strangling him to death.

Barry smokes a cigarette beside the Bronco 

What follows is that man’s story, told to me in his words, when we shared that campground together on a cold evening in December of 2010.

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