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LAST CALL A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New YorkBy Elon Green On a Sunday afternoon in May 1991, a maintenance worker emptying garbage barrels on the Pennsylvania Turnpike made a grisly discovery: Wrapped inside eight knotted trash bags was the mutilated body of a 54-year-old man, killed by stab wounds to the abdomen, his severed penis shoved in his mouth.

In a notable concession to the overriding paranoia of the era, the maintenance worker was advised to take an AIDS test, even though he hadn’t come in direct contact with blood.

A little over a year later, a second dismembered body was discovered wrapped in bags off a remote New Jersey highway. Both victims — older, white-collar professional men, with the heterosexual.

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