The alleged Kilgoe Beach serial killer hired women like his victims and then humiliated them by forcing them to perform meaningless tasks, a former colleague of the suspect said. New York Post.
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Rex Hearman, dubbed the “Ogre of Kilgo Beach” by local media, is a married, family man and architect who has employed many women in the past, similar to the four female bodies of the Long Island serial killer.
According to his former colleague, who asked to be renamed “Eric,” the 6-foot, 4-inch man seemed more attracted to shorter women, often 5 feet or less.
He ordered them to do menial jobs like fetching him coffee or moving his car.
Eric, who has worked with Rex Hearman several times since the late 90s, claims to have the killer’s emails that he allegedly sent shortly before he found several of his alleged victims.
On March 25, 2011, days before Jessica Taylor’s remains were found, she wrote that she was sick and needed to stay home.
In other news, there will be evidence that Hearman was not on duty from April 21 to 26, 2011, just weeks after 11 bodies were found on the beach.
Eric says he stopped working with Heyerman because he was “stingy.” He mentioned that he was not surprised to know that his former colleague had been arrested.
“He always had this bad look,” she declares.