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"George" was the alleged first name of an unidentified murder victim of Patrick Kearney AKA The Trash Bag Killer AKA The Freeway Killer. He was murdered in Culver City, California, in December of 1967 or 1968 and his remains were found on July 7 or 8, 1977.

Case[]

George was invited back to Patrick Kearney's residence after luring him into his vehicle in San Diego, California. In December of 1967, Kearney shot George between the eyes with his pistol as the latter slept in the master bedroom of Kearney's home. He then placed his body in the bathtub, sodomized it, dismembered and skinned it with an X-Acto knife, extracted the bullet so it could not be traced to Kearney's gun, and buried the remains behind his garage. Kearney did not kill for another year as he was afraid police would ask questions about George if he did.

After his surrender on July 1, 1977, Kearney confessed to killing "George" and led authorities to his body, which was found on July 8, 1977. He was convicted for his murder.

Between 1962-1977, Kearney killed, sexually assaulted post-mortem, mutilated, and dismembered dozens of young men and boys in California and Mexico. He confessed to twenty-eight murders, was convicted of twenty-one murders, and police believed he may be responsible for up to forty-three murders. Hill was cleared of any involvement in the murders. Kearney is incarcerated at Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, California.

Despite Kearney's conviction and Hill and George being old friends, George's full identity is unknown.

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