An Alabama man charged with murdering his mother after her body was found inside a barrel buried beneath the front porch of her home may have been inspired by notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy, investigators say. Nathaniel George Sebastian, 32, remains held at a jail in Mobile County on charges of murder, abuse of...
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