Serial killers, September 11 and saving lives: John Ferriso Pt.1
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John Ferriso grew up streets away from where the Son of Sam murdered his victims. Inspired to catch the bad guys from a young age, he spent decades working as a detective for the famed New York Police Department (NYPD). As a cop in New York City, nothing shocked him. Until September 11, when he was standing just metres from the twin towers, watching the second plane fly through the building.   Get episodes of I Catch Killers a week early and ad-free, as well as bonus content, by subscribing to Crime X+ today. Like the show? Get more at Advertising enquiries: [email protected]  Questions for Gary: [email protected]  Get in touch with the show by joining our Facebook group, and visiting us on Instagram or Tiktok. See for privacy information.
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