The Summer Phoenix Was Haunted: The Baseline Killer

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In 2006, Phoenix was haunted. Blood smeared pavement across the city. Men and women feared stepping out into the night. Families mourned loss after loss.

No end to the senseless, seemingly random killings appeared to be in sight.

From 2005 to 2006, two sets of serial killers roamed the streets of Phoenix. Without rhyme or reason, separate attackers…

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