This site is not comprehensive, it is intended to give an overview of Edwards. The emphasis here is on wrongful convictions, and some of the most crucial evidence linking Edwards to these murders.
The Timeline page gives a list of events linked to Edwards, ordered by date. The Relations page lists Edwards’ relatives, several of whom were interviewed by Cameron during the 3 year investigation he undertook.
Coast to coast radio show
Retired police detective John A. Cameron discusses the most notorious serial killer you’ve never heard of—Edward Wayne Edwards, who allegedly killed scores of people over a sixty-six-year period and was never caught for murder. According to Cameron, almost two dozen people have been framed for murders that Edwards committed from 1945 through 2010. “There’s innocent men sitting in prison on the false evidence this man perpetuated and law enforcement would just as soon turn a blind eye,” he lamented. Cameron credited Edwards with some of the most notorious murders in US history, including the infamous Black Dahlia case from 1947, the slaying of JonBenét Ramsey in 1996, and the Zodiac killings in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Cameron said he determined Edwards was the Zodiac killer after solving some of the murderer’s previously unsolved cryptograms.
“Ed liked killing people. He enjoyed it” — Jeanette White, January 2011