The comedian and actor reacted to the news of an arrest in the Golden State Killer case, which his late wife profiled in her book, 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer.'
Michelle McNamara died in 2016 before finishing 'I'll Be Gone in the Dark,' her book on the Golden State Killer case. Husband Patton Oswalt got it published this February. Two months later, police have made an arrest.
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