George Kent Wallace did his first prison stint at the age of 25. Newspapers dubbed him "The Mad Paddler" because he was convicted of abducting a number of boys in North Carolina and paddling them. Wallace would get out but go on to amass a lengthy prison record. Eventually, he turned to murder.
Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss "The Mad Paddler" George Wallace. Wallace impersonated a police officer to stop young boys. He would handcuff them, put them in his car, and then paddle them. But, as with many violent criminals, eventually even that wasn't enough. He began to murder these boys. What would drive a person to want to paddle children and then murder them? This is one of those cases where you're left wondering how one man could commit and be convicted of so many crimes only to be let out of prison time and time again.
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