Crime Magazine is about true crime: organized crime, celebrity crime, serial killers, corruption, sex crimes, capital punishment, prisons, assassinations, justice issues, crime books, crime films and crime studies.
Sept. 17, 2013 Seattle PI
A decade after he dodged a death sentence in the slayings of dozens of women, Green River Killer Gary Ridgway now sweetly claims in a series of interviews with KOMO Newsradio he wants to help lay his victims to rest.
Interviewed for the first time since his incarceration by KOMO’s Charlie Harger, Ridgway says he believes he killed 75 or 80 women – many more than the 49 slaying he pleaded guilty to in 2003.
Ridgway told KOMO he wishes he had wandered the sites where he dumped his victims’ remains. To assist investigators, he claims, and help set the women’s families at ease.
The detectives “should have had me get out at every site to show them where I put those bodies,” Ridgway told KOMO. “If I could do it all over again, I would say I want to get out at every single site.” Read More