The Railroad Killer and the Cangai Siege - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Angel Maturino Resendiz was a Mexican serial killer who slipped across the U.S. border and roamed the country by freight train, robbing, sexually assaulting and murdering people who lived near the railway tracks in their homes.

In March 1993, three men went on a balls-out, nine-day rampage across QLD and NSW, wreaking havoc and building up their body count before everything culminated in a deadly siege at a farmhouse at Hanging Rock Station in Cangai.

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