Next Episode of It Was Him: The Many Murders of Ed Edwards is
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It Was Him: The Many Murders of Ed Edwards centers on Wayne Wolfe who, less than a year ago, discovered that his real grandfather was the deceased killer Ed Edwards who was convicted of five cold cases in his 70s, but had potentially embarked on a decades-long murder spree. The series examines the infamous murderer through an investigation led by Wolfe and John Cameron, a cold-case expert and retired detective who has been investigating Edwards for almost a decade. Cameron's meticulously compiled evidence has Edwards as the ultimate suspect in some of the most well-known murder cases, including the Zodiac Killer, Laci Peterson and many more.
Wayne Wolfe Jr. discovers his grandfather was the serial killer Edward Wayne Edwards and teams up with retired detective John Cameron. They examine Edwards as a suspect in various murder cases including The Zodiac, JonBenet Ramsey and many more.
Wayne and John head to San Francisco where they examine Edwards involvement in one of the most chilling unsolved cases in American history – the Zodiac murders. Wayne visits his relatives to find out more about his grandfather.
John Cameron has a theory that Edwards was capable of killing children, including the child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey and the Atlanta Child killer. Wayne learns about the murder of Ed's foster son, Dannie Boy Edwards.
Edwards was a successful family man who preached about being a reformed criminal, but was a murderous conman, who may have killed union leader Jimmy Hoffa in 1975 and framed Steven Avery for the murder of Teresa Halbach in 2002.
The guys examine the origins of Edwards becoming a serial killer. Ed's mother died when he was a toddler and John has a theory that he relived the experience of her death by killing brunettes like Laci Peterson and the Black Dahlia.
John has come under fire for his theories and Wayne has reached a breaking point trying to understand his own past. They investigate Edwards connection to one of the most notorious unsolved murders in Oregon history.
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