‘There Was Blood Everywhere’: Robert Durst’s Sick Killing Of Dog Exposed In New Book

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Robert Durst Killing Dog Exposed In New Book William Steel

Robert Durst was a blood-thirsty killer who slaughtered dogs in addition to women, according to the author of an explosive new tell-all about the accused murderer exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.

Imprisoned author, William Steel, claimed to have witnessed gory details of the accused killer committing crimes in his shocking new book, Sex and the Serial Killer: My Bizarre Times with Robert Durst, released today on Amazon.

Steel wrote the book using a pseudonym. He claims to have met Durst in 1982 on accident, but ultimately became one of the notorious accused killer’s pawns. The writer claimed Durst paid him for use of his apartment to do drugs and have sex with a bevy of women.

In an exclusive excerpt of the book obtained by Radar, Steel claimed he left Durst in his home with a random woman only to come back and find the scene covered in blood.

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“When I returned to the apartment, a foul odor stung my nose,” Steel wrote. “It was deathly quiet, and I spotted what appeared to be blood. My heart immediately began racing.”

Steel claimed he clutched a pistol as he approached Durst, who was “covered in blood” and smiling.

“There was blood everywhere, on the floors, walls and doors,” Steel alleged in the tell-all.

Moments later, Steel said he questioned Durst about who he had killed as he surveyed the scene and found remnants of a dead body.

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“There were some pieces of an animal scattered around. It looked like a dog. Maybe a German shepherd,” Steel wrote. “Something large at any rate. And several knives and a small bow saw were lying around, all covered in blood.”

Steel threatened to kill Durst and demanded information out of him.

As Steel recalled asking “what the f***” Durst was doing, the accused killer allegedly responded, “What I do best.”

Steel now works with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to assist in exposing criminals while he serves a sentence behind bars.

He dedicated the book to Kathie McCormack, Lynne Schulze, Susan Berman and Morris Black, who Steel claimed are four of Durst’s victims.

Durst is currently serving time in Los Angeles prison on weapons charges. In 2016, Durst pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder of Berman.

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