The wealthy subject of HBO's "The Jinx" has reversed course on the letter but maintains he did not kill his friend Susan Berman.
“What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course,” Durst famously says in the conclusion to HBO's "The Jinx," captured on a hot mic while in the bathroom.
In an apparent dig at the president, Trump business rival Douglas Durst credits the charge with getting brother Robert Durst off the street as he awaits trial.
Durst once had his friend Susan Berman make a phone call pretending to be his missing wife, a witness testified.
Newly released court papers add another layer of weird to the case.
Prosecutors in California want Durst in connection with the 2000 killing of writer Susan Berman.
The family of Robert Durst's first wife, Kathleen, who mysteriously disappeared in 1982, took the first step Thursday afternoon
What is a family? From a linguistically fundamentalist point of view, it's defined by parentage and bloodlines, though adoption creates a new contingency which obviates the genetic connection.
Like millions of other Americans earlier this year, I found myself riveted by HBO's six-part documentary series, The Jinx. Part way through the penultimate episode, the story took an unexpected turn, to the far reaches of Humboldt County in the northwest corner of the Golden State.