Inside Edition

Inside Edition 15 Jan 2020

Survivor of Golden State Killer Still Remembers Attack

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One of the alleged surviving victims of the man authorities say is the Golden State Killer is speaking out about the nightmare he says still haunts him. "I can see him standing in my bedroom clear as day," Victor Hayes told Inside Edition. "I will never forget it. I've seen that vision almost every day for 42 years." Dozens of men were forced to witness their loved ones savagely assaulted by the California serial killer and rapist dubbed the Golden State Killer.


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