I found this article and interview very interesting. This is the kind of story I'm after with regard to the Midwest Axeman. To date I have found only a handful of descendants/relatives of victims and unfortunately, very few of them really know anything about the crimes. I'm still convinced, that somewhere in the U.S. is a person, or persons, with a family story of a kind of strange uncle or cousin who collected odd nick-knacks like old keys or earrings. Maybe a hair pin or broken key chain. A guy who was shy around women and restless at night, possibly pacing around the house. Anybody have a family story like that, from around the 1920's?