THINGS MY BROTHER REMEMBERS ABOUT WORKING FOR ROBERT DURST
I grew up in South Salem, NY, where Robert Durst's first wife went missing. A year later, my oldest brother did some odd jobs for him.
- •They never met. Bob hired him and gave all of his marching orders by phone, then mailed his pay.
- •Randy installed a new mailbox for him and cleaned out a shed, along with yard cleanup and basic spring cleaning.
- •Since Kathy was already missing, Randy came home making lots of macabre jokes about wood chippers and blood-stained rugs and haunted rooms.
- •But he never actually came across anything suspicious.
- •He did bring home a light blue wool blanket that seemed too nice to get rid of. My mom held onto it for a few years before she decided it was creepy and gave it back to him. Randy still has it.
- •He hasn't watched "The Jinx." But he's read the articles, and he can't believe Bob agreed to wear a wire.
- •He often wonders, in retrospect, if he unknowingly helped get rid of any evidence.