John Norman Collins was a student at Eastern University on his way to becoming a teacher. He had been a popular high school student, on the honor role, and a team captain in multiple sports. In 1967, a student at Eastern Michigan would be found murdered. This would be the first in a series of murders that would become known as "The Michigan Murders". A serial killer was on the loose and he would ultimately be identified as John Norman Collins.
Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the childhood and early life of John Norman Collins. What happened in his formative years to make a seemingly normal boy/man commit such a terrible series of murders? And did Collins actually commit all of the murders that have been laid at his feet?
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