Forest Green. It’s a color most often associated with the Pacific Northwest. And, you’ve probably heard of the rain. Us Washingtonians are used to it. In fact, some of us love the rain so much there’s a word for that: a Pluviophile, someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days.
Acres and acres of beautiful trees, in forests as far as the eye can see. Then there’s the nooks and crannies throughout the state, where nature lovers escape the hustle and bustle of the cities. It was something the Green River Killer took advantage of. All those dark, heavily wooded and silent places where only the trees held the secrets of a cold-blooded killer’s dark deeds.
It would take nearly two decades before they would finally unmask the Green River Killer, the most notorious serial killer in our nation’s history.