Robert Durst Heard Off-Camera In HBO Finale Of 'The Jinx' Saying He 'Killed Them All'
On HBO’s ‘The Jinx,’ Robert Durst Says He ‘Killed Them All’
Since his first wife vanished more than three decades ago, Robert A. Durst, the eccentric and estranged son of one of New York’s most prominent real estate dynasties, has lived under the suspicious gaze of law enforcement officials in three states.
They have followed his path from New York City to Los Angeles, where one of his closest friends was found dead in her home in 2000. They have tracked him to Galveston, Tex., where he fled after investigators reopened the case of his wife’s disappearance, and where he posed as a mute woman and shot and dismembered a neighbor in 2001.
Mr. Durst was acquitted in the Texas killing, and was never arrested in the disappearance of his wife or the death of his friend. But on Saturday, he found himself in custody once again, arrested on a charge of murder as he walked into a New Orleans hotel he had checked into under a false name.
Robert A. Durst with Susan Berman, a friend who was killed in December 2000.As ‘The Jinx’ Airs, Inquiry Into Death of Durst’s Friend Is Said to Be ReopenedMARCH 9, 2015
Robert Durst in a scene from Television Review: ‘The Jinx,’ 6-Part HBO Documentary on Robert DurstFEB. 6, 2015
On Sunday night, in the final moments of the final episode of a six-part HBO documentary about him, “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst,” Mr. Durst seemed to veer toward a confession that could lift the shroud of mystery that surrounds the deaths of three people over the course of three decades.
“What the hell did I do?” Mr. Durst whispers to himself in an unguarded moment caught on a microphone he wore during filming. “Killed them all, of course.”
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