The cross-dressing millionaire charged with an execution-style shooting is a “person of interest” in at least six other murders!
Real estate heir Robert Durst, 71, whose cold-blooded crime spree was exposed by the HBO docuseries “The Jinx,” is being investigated in unsolved killings in six cities, The National ENQUIRER can now reveal.
Durst allegedly shot close friend Susan Berman in the head in Los Angeles in 2000, and is suspected of doing away with his first wife, Kathie, who vanished in 1982.
He’s also admitted to killing a Texas neighbor, Morris Black, but claimed it was self-defense and got off. When Durst shot Morris, he was dressed as a woman and wearing a blonde wig.
“When promos for ‘The Jinx’ started airing, we started getting calls from different police departments,” a law enforcement source close to the Berman case told The ENQUIRER.
“Durst’s name has surfaced in at least six investigations across the country. We believe he has killed multiple times.
“Police departments are looking into their unsolved murder and missing persons cases. They are specifically looking at all of the cities where they know he’s lived.”
One “cold case” murder was in West Hollywood. Others were in northern California, New York City – where Durst inherited a $100 million property fortune –and Vermont.
A second law enforcement insider said: “We have known his name for a long time but are going back through hundreds of unsolved case files now. We’ve gotten fresh calls on a few of them with Durst’s name.”