In the 1970s, a serial killer targeted San Francisco’s gay men. Nicknamed the Doodler because he sketched portraits of his victims to strike up conversation, this forgotten murderer was never caught, largely because those in the gay community refused to talk.
And the secret to a happy marriage happily remains a secret.
A judge will decide whether Joseph Banis, convicted of killing James Carroll in 2009, will testify against his ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Mundt. The two men each blame the other for Carroll’s death, which occurred as a result of a drug-fueled sex tryst gone wrong.