It took four decades to catch the suspected Golden State Killer.
In that time, those who survived his attacks — and the grieving loved ones of those who did not — tried to find ways to cope.
Some set out like detectives. They searched for clues that could help capture a man suspected of raping 46 women and slaying 12 people in a rampage across California.
Others looked to God and went to therapy. They installed alarms and cameras in their homes and dared not leave a door unlocked.
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