The Urge to Kill Team, including host Ashley Korslien and producers Mila Mimica and Destiny Johnson, come together to talk about some of the loose ends to the Kaylee Sawyer case. There was a bill signed into law in Kaylee's honor called Kaylee's Law that sets out to change the way security officers look and work and there is an open lawsuit against Central Oregon Community College filed by Kaylee's parents and step-parents. The team also talk about the experience of producing a podcast of this magnitude and how it changed them.
Kaylee Sawyer disappeared into the night after celebrating a bachelorette party in Bend, Oregon. Her boyfriend and family spent hours looking for her, but little did they know she was already dead.
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Just after celebrating a bachelorette party in July 2016, Kaylee Sawyer disappeared in the middle of the night. The horrific details of her brutal rape and eventual death shook the residents of a quiet town in the Pacific Northwest. Her killer would go on to terrorize several other families in a multi-state crime spree, simply because he said he had the “urge to kill.” We’ll follow investigators as they uncover the wild twists and turns of this case, and speak to each of his victims who were lucky to get out alive. Urge To Kill launches Nov. 5.