‘I’ll Be Gone In The Dark’ Sneak Peek | Celebrity Page TV

The case of the Golden State Killer has been infamous for years. But now we're learning more about how they finally caught him and about the author who coined his nickname. It's the subject of a new HBO docu-series...


I'll Be Gone In The Dark on HBO

HBO taking us inside the investigation in a new six-part docu-series called; I'll Be Gone in the Dark. The name taken from the best-selling book by Michelle McNamara.

Not only was Michelle a respected writer, she was also married to comedian Patton Oswalt.

Michelle's determination would bring the story of the Golden State Killer to the nation's attention. But sadly, Michelle died in 2016 before finishing her book on the subject. That's where Patton came in.

He and and two other writers worked to finish Michelle's manuscript. The book was finally published in February of 2018. Just two months later, the killer was finally caught.

Look for; I'll Be Gone In The Dark, starting June 28th on HBO.

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