It was the early morning of Jan. 27, 1984. A 25-pound rock slammed into Roy Williams, jolting him awake, cracking a rib and tearing open a gash in his head that would require 85 stitches. Just as fast, the shadowy figure that attacked him bolted, disappearing into the desert outside Kingman, Arizona. Only decades later would he learn that the man accused of attacking him had allegedly killed four people earlier that month in Colorado.
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