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Source:  New York Daily News

You’ve heard the story of the insane “Summer of Sam” before.  Now hear it from the people who lived through it.

One of the darkest of times in New York City history — the period from 1976-77 when serial killer David Berkowitz turned leafy makeout areas into literal dead ends — comes to new life this Sunday in the Smithsonian Channel’s gripping documentary, “The Lost Tapes: Son of Sam.”

Read the story at the New York Daily News.

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