by Kerri Rawson
Serial killers creep me out but when I saw this was written by the daughter of one, I wanted to hear her perspective since her voice deserves to be heard. She, her mother, her brother, and their extended family were also victims in many ways. She tells about her memories of her father and trying to reconcile the dad she knew with the devastating killer she learned he was at the age of 26 and her own mourning for the victims and their families (also victims), as well as eventually being pulled to turn to God in her pain. I was happy for her that in spite of all her pain as the result of her father’s despicable actions, she and her husband were able to go on to enjoy life together and have two beautiful children. I hope people will treat her with compassion throughout her entire life and feel it was very courageous of her to put her story out there.