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A serial killer known as the “I-95 killer”, who spent the majority of 1994, the targeting of gay men, including a Navy world war II veteran — along a busy travel corridor, is set to run in Florida later on Thursday.
Gary Ray Bowles, 57, is set to die by lethal injection at 6 pm, at the Florida State Prison in Stark. Bowles began his deadly rampage in March of 1994, and the shedding of blood, not until eight months later, with the murder of his sixth victim, Walter Hinton, in the Jacksonville Beach area.
“It’s been a long time coming, hasn’t it?” By Mark Bradley, nephew of the Bowls, the victim of a Milton Bradley told the Associated Press.
“They just have to do what they are supposed to do,” he added. “I think it will make the world a better place, and I don’t know. It won’t be any worse, right?”
Gary Ray Bowles was scheduled to be executed by lethal injection at Florida State Prison on Thursday. (AP/Florida Department of Corrections
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Bowles was given the death penalty on hold, on Thursday, after he was convicted in the deaths of Edmonton, a 42-year-old, who was strangled and had his head beaten in with a block of concrete, the Daytona Beach News-Journal reported, citing court testimony.
There were also some casualties in cities such as Rockville, Md., Atlanta, Ga. and in Daytona Beach, Fla. In any case, Bowles had been a general, He entered the victims’ back with the items, including clothes, toilet paper, dirt, wood, and even with a sex toy. Prior to his capture, he was given the nickname of “I-95 killer.”
Milton Bradley, a Navy world War ii veteran, was living in Savannah, when he met up with the serial killer, in the May of 1994. Bradley has been recognized throughout the whole Georgia, a city on the coast as a gentle, kind-hearted man, — well, the community was in a state of shock when the Father’s bludgeoned body was found on a golf course, the leaves and dirt that filled his mouth.
A former Atlanta police detective who’d been assigned to investigate the killing, told the Associated Press that Bradley and Bowles met at a now-closed gay bar in Savannah’s historic district. Dvd player frequently stops at local restaurants and was known for his generosity.
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“People come to him, they would be in need of money, and he would just borrow it and they never expect it back and to pay for it,” Mark Bradley said. His uncle also helped those who lived thousands of miles away, “adopting” a family from Sri Lanka to whom he sent money to “religious” to receive pictures and letters back, ‘ Bradley said.
Bowles maintains that he is straight, but has accepted to let two gay men to perform sex acts on him for money. The prosecutor said that it was, and how the self-described hustler survived, often with the help of its targets for money or a place to stay, but it will eventually break in and kill them.
Police were on Bowles’ track after his first murder, in 1994, in Daytona Beach. Bowles left the researchers with a whole range of data, including a test document on the left of the stage, and the ATM pictures show him trying to get money from the John Hardy Roberts’ bank account.
Bowles was a native of West Virginia, where he experienced drugs and violence at a very young age. His father was a coal miner who died of black lung disease before he was born. His mother remarried several times, and was the first of two stepfathers were abusive, according to court records.
His mother and brother, testified that Bowles started drinking, smoking pot and huffing glue when he was 11. When he was 13 years old, he fought with his back against it, his second step-father, he should take a rock in the head and nearly killing him, the Associated Press reported, citing court documents.
He also had a history of domestic violence against women.
Bowles was convicted of beating and raping his girlfriend, while living in daytona beach in 1982, and was sentenced to eight years in prison. The victim reportedly sustained serious injuries.
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The researchers say that if he hadn’t been caught, Bowls, it would have taken to kill.
“He probably enjoyed it after a while,” said Thomas Youngman, a Daytona Beach detective who has been assigned to the Selection of the dead. “Why do you kill people after the first time? The first one, it would be a mistake, maybe. But then, in the second one, in order that I might give you just that. However, the third -, fourth -, fifth -, and sixth? If you want to quit?”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.