By Dave Taylor
When Bobby Marsch was convicted of the 1985 murder of Roger Dale Boling, there was open speculation that Marsch might have killed others as well, but now Kentucky State Police are calling him the prime suspect in the disappearance of an acquaintance nearly 40 years ago and are questioning whether he might have been a serial killer.
Marc Carter, a KSP detective assigned to investigate cold cases, calls Marsch the prime suspect in the February 1979 disappearance and likely murder of James Galloway, a friend who left his Philpot home with Marsch and never returned. Carter’s investigation has turned up anecdotal evidence that points to Marsch’s potential involvement in at least one more death and rumors of others.
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