San Francisco was a haven for queer people in the 1970s, but it was also home to a little-known serial killer called the Doodler. It might sound like a silly name, by his body count is as high as the Zodiac's. All of his victims were gay men. The Doodler was never caught. His murder spree was forgotten — lost in the chaos of the times. But 46 years later, the case has been reopened. San Francisco Chronicle reporter Kevin Fagan is trying to figure out how the Doodler got away. He's doing his own investigation. His leads have brought us closer to solving these crimes than ever before.
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