Not long after he shared his fantasy of his torture chamber with me. I was in my home and received a call from him. He told me, “you should really check the unsolved homicides from 1995-1997 in Boston.
So indeed I logged onto the Massachusetts State police website and told him, “I see X amt. of victims here. They are both male and female. They have a wide range in age and ethnicity. The manner of death varies as does both the manner and means in which their bodies were disposed.”
I continued, “I’m not seeing any identifiable pattern of behavior that would tie any of these victims together.”
He replied, ” No, that’s right you don’t.”
So I questioned, “why did you have me go check on these specific unsolved homicides from these 2 years?“
“Did you have anything to do with these?”
Then, “goodnight Lexi.”
Then the phone hung up.
The following day I phoned the Massachusetts State Police and asked to speak to a detective. I ended up talking to one and told my entire story. Highlighting his sexual sadism and impulsive violence, the photographs I saw of the pummeled, black and blue woman, on through to the animal killing story, to the sexual fantasy of wanting to abduct a teen.
Sadly, the detective thought that my claim was outrageous, my credibility nill , and he consequently dismissed me as a crackpot. He told me he would “ keep a report on file.” This I knew to be a lie. I felt like this sexual sadist was above the law. I was pretty sure he believed he was above the law too.
I felt hopeless that day, but things were about to change and a Higher law would set things right.