Robert Durst, the disgraced scion of a real estate dynasty, is expected to stand trial for the execution-style murder of Susan Berman in 2000, and currently is being held without bail in New Orleans for possession of a weapon. On top of all of this, he may be linked to the unresolved disappearance of a college student in 1971.
Durst ran a health food store call “All Good Things” (ironically named, given the turn his life would take) in Middelbury, Vermont. Shortly before her disappearance, a Freshman at Middlebury College, Lynne Schulze 18, was seen eating dried prunes purchased at the store close to the premises. It isn’t known whether she had a personal connection with Durst or not. According to the Mail, Middelbury police said, “We have been aware of this connection for the past several years and have been working with various outside agencies was we follow this lead.”
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Durst, who is the subject of a popular HBO Documentary “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, ” was connected with the disappearance and death of his first wife, although no charges were brought, was a suspect in the murder of Berman and chopped up a neighbor in Texas, but was not charged with his murder. The night before the final episode of the documentary, Robert Durst was found in a hotel room in New Orleans with a gun, latex masks that could cover his entire head, marijuana and $42, 000 in cash. It was feared that the was attempted to flee the country to avoid investigation or possibly harm himself. He is currently being held without bail.