Sat, 16 March 2019
This is the third and final installment of the life and crimes of Paul Dennis Reid (AKA The Fast Food Killer). Here are links to Part I and Part II of the trilogy. As mentioned before, the entirety of this true crime series is based on the book When Nashville Bled: The Untold True Stories of Serial Killer Paul Dennis Red, by Judith A. Yates.
Paul Dennis Reid—or PDR, as he is often called in the podcast—ups the ante in his reign of terror in Nashville by kidnapping two women from a Baskin Robbins in Clarksville, TN and butchering them in a nearby state park.
This true crime saga is as brutal as it is heartbreaking. As far as Nashville goes, Paul Dennis Reid is evil to the core, as is evidenced in his horrific crime spree and (thankfully) sudden downfall.
It's hard to determine whether or not Reid is best described as a serial killer or a spree killer, given the motive for his crimes—money. Either way, he's a brutal, unfeeling murderer, and his story makes for a true crime legend the likes of which Music City has rarely seen.
The next series after the Paul Dennis Reid Trilogy will be based on the groundbreaking book A Murder in Music City: Corruption, Scandal, and the Framing of an Innocent Man, by Michael Bishop.
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