VERO BEACH – Dubbed the Killing Cousins, the terrifying crimes of convicted killers David Alan Gore, 58, and Fred Waterfield, 59, have been featured in true crime books, TV shows and hundreds of news reports published all over the world. Most notable:
- “The Serial Killer Whisperer: How One Man’s Tragedy Helped Unlock the Deadliest Secrets of the World’s Most Terrifying Killers,” by Pete Earley released this year and promoted as the strange but true story of how a young man’s devastating brain injury gave him the unique ability to connect with the world’s most terrifying criminals.
- “Innocent Prey,” by Bernie Ward, published in 1994, is a true-crime book retelling the murders committed by both cousins. Some of the victims names were changed to protect their identity.
- Court TV’s “Crime Stories” produced a 2007 episode called “The Killing Cousins,” featuring interviews with retired Indian River County Sheriff’s Detective Phil Redstone and former State Attorney Bob Stone, who prosecuted Gore for killing Lynn Elliott.
- Court TV’s “Psychic Detectives” interviewed Redstone six years ago about nationally known psychic Phil Jordan who was consulted in the 1981 disappearance of Hsiang Huang Ling, 48 and her daughter Ying Hua Ling, 17.
- Redstone was interviewed by The History Channel five years ago, he said, and was recently interviewed by a Canadian TV crew for the show “Dossier Mysteries,” exploring psychics who assist law enforcement to locate missing people.