In the early 1990s, fear and rumor swirled through New York’s LGBTQ community about a serial killer who targeted inebriated men leaving the city’s gay bars late at night. Their bodies, or rather body parts, were found wrapped in garbage bags and dumped at highway rest stops, far from the urban environs where they were last seen. Dubbed “The Last Call Killer,” it would take authorities almost an entire decade to stop him.
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