Ben Lindbergh talks to author, historian, and statistician Bill James about his new true-crime book, The Man From the Train: The Solving of a Century-Old Serial Killer Mystery, in which James attempts to identify the man who may have been the deadliest serial killer in American history.
Bill James on Crime and ‘The Man From the Train’
Ben Lindbergh spoke with the author about his new book
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