Few people are the sons or daughters of serial killers. But psychologists say all of us suffer trauma in life. How we respond defines us. One key, as Kerri Rawson’s psychologist said later, is who we have in our lives and how good they are at guiding us. Another key, as Kerri herself would say someday, is whether we can forgive the seemingly unforgivable.
Randy Stone, a former Wichita police officer, says he didn’t realize that the guy quizzing him about e-mail security at the Park City administrative building in the summer of 2004 was the serial killer who had eluded police for 30 years.