In the chilling final moments of the Robert Durst documentary, ‘The Jinx,’ the suspected killer was heard saying, ‘What did I do? Killed them all, of course.’ Click inside to WATCH the alleged confession.
Robert Durst, 71, may have sealed his own fate by agreeing to HBO’s 6-part documentary series, The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst. During the finale episode which aired on Sunday night, March 15, Robert was confronted with a very damning new piece of evidence in the murder of his longtime friend, Susan Berman. What happened next will truly shock you to your core.
Robert Durst’s Confession On ‘The Jinx’: ‘Killed Them All’
Wow. That’s the only word that can really describe the ending of The Jinx, a fascinating docu-series in which alleged murderer, Robert Durst, sat down for an in-depth interview about the three people he has been of suspected killing.
As you can hear in the video above, a fully miked Robert is talking to himself in the restroom after filming his final interview for the series. “There it is. You’re caught,” are the first words he says once he’s alone in the restroom, but it doesn’t end there.
“What did I do? Killed them all, of course,” he mumbles, seemingly frustrated.
Surprisingly, that’s how the series ends. The timing could not have been more perfect, as Robert himself was arrested earlier that very same day in New Orleans thanks to a murder warrant issued by the Los Angeles Police Department.
Talk about a bombshell ending!
Robert Confronted With New Evidence On ‘The Jinx’
Although the first five parts of the docu-series thoroughly covered the three murders that Robert has been connected to since 1982, it was in the final episode where things really took a surprising turn.
The son of Susan Berman, Robert’s longtime friend who was murdered execution-style in her Beverly Hills home in 2000, found a box of her personal belongings that included a letter written to his mother by Robert. The address on the envelope was eerily similar, if not identical, to an anonymous letter sent to the police alerting them of a “cadaver” at Susan’s residence.
When filmmaker Andrew Garecki asked Robert if he could identify which address he wrote and which address Susan’s alleged murderer wrote, he admitted that he couldn’t.
That’s where the final interview ended, until moments later when Robert entered a restroom fully miked and started rambling to himself about how he had been “caught” and should be arrested. A wild ending to an unsolved murder case that has fascinated the public for decades.
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— Lauren Cox