Stalking A Serial Killer
Stalking A Serial Killer is narrated by quotes taken from detectives, residents, family members, witnesses, and survivors as a singular voice of a Phoenix neighborhood terrorized by a serial killer. The “Serial Street Shooter” has gunned down seven and wounded two. The killings are at random from his car and the victims are often in cars, near cars, or exiting their car.

Originally published during the week of the election for the French magazine Society for their America issue. This photo essay depicts the black and Latino neighborhood roamed by the killer while serving as a metaphor for issues plaguing American policy and politics; immigration, race, a shrinking middle class, community policing, mental health, and gun violence. 
Original interview and reporting by Emmanuelle Andreani-Facchin and typography by Juan Carlos Pagan. 
Stalking A Serial Killer
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Stalking A Serial Killer

Narrated by a collection of quotes from detectives, residents, family members, witnesses, and survivors to create a singular voice of the Phoenix Read More
144
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