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!In June 1946, 17-year-old William Heirens was arrested for burglary. During his lengthy interrogation which lasted six days, he confessed to some unsolved murders in the Chicago area, including one of a six-year-old girl. William eventually was convicted and died in prison. Listen to this week's story and decide for yourself If he was guilty of the crimes he was convicted of.
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1) William Heirens Case: the 1940S Lipstick Killer by Shayne Regula
2) The Frightening Aspect of William Heirens' Story: a Vicious Killer Beneath the Façade of Normalcy by King Vecchia
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