Convicted serial killer Robert Spahalski has defended his heinous murders, insisting in a chilling new interview that they did not suffer when he strangled or bludgeoned them to death.
Spahalski is serving a 100-year sentence behind bars for the murder of four people he knew or had relationships with – and managed to evade the law for 15 years until he turned himself in to the police in 2005.
In an exclusive first look at Morgan’s latest series, The Killer Interview with Piers Morgan – set to return September 12 on Fox Nation – the ailing killer is questioned about his ruthless crimes but shows no signs of remorse for his heinous actions.
Morgan was given an hour to speak to Spahalski, who was described by law enforcement officers as a “psychotic, soulless human being.”
The serial killer Robert Spahalski insists his victims did not suffer when he strangled or bludgeoned them to death
He is questioned by Piers Morgan about his murders in the latest chapter of his Fox Nation series.
Speaking during their face-to-face, the cold-blooded killer insisted: “The people I killed didn’t suffer.”
Morgan, perplexed, replied: “How can I believe you? prompting a blunt Spahalaski to say, “I don’t care if you do it or not.” »
Elsewhere in their interview, Morgan asked if he still had “homicidal impulses.”
Responding to the question, Spahalski initially said he “never” does it, but quickly warned: “If you pull my trigger, you’re done.” »
“What you’re saying is if I pull the wrong trigger with you in this interview, you might feel like a murderer? » » Morgan questioned.
Spahalski replied: “Absolutely.”
Spahalski’s killing spree began on New Year’s Eve 1990, when he strangled his neighbor Morraine Armstrong – although he now denies having any role in her death, although he admitted it when he s ‘visited.
In 1991, he killed his girlfriend, Adrian Berger, in a “compulsive” act, before also killing her sexual partner, Charles Grande, with two blows of a hammer.
Spahalski managed to evade the law for 15 years until he surrendered to police in 2005.
He is serving a 100-year sentence for his crimes committed in New York State.
The killer murdered his own girlfriend, Adrian Berger, in a “compulsive” act in 1991.
That same year, Spahalski murdered his sexual partner, Charles Grande, whom he had met during his years as a male escort.
His final victim was Vivian Irrizarry, who was murdered during a crack cocaine binge.
In 2005, he bludgeoned his girlfriend’s best friend, Vivian Irrizarry, during a crack cocaine binge before finishing the act by strangling her.
Days after killing Irrizary, Spahalski confessed to unsolved crimes for a decade and a half.
“Robert Spahalski is a serial killer unlike any I’ve ever encountered before,” Morgan said. “His crimes made him famous.”
“I’m told Spahalski can be unstable, but he’s also unique,” the presenter added, referring to the killer’s habit of killing his friends and loved ones.
The killer admitted to Morgan he still had “murderous thoughts” and warned he could be triggered.
Morgan returns with eight new interviews with some of the most notorious serial killers
Morgan’s new Fox series is eight episodes long and will see him take on killer nurse Kimberly Saenz and murderers Karl Karlsen, Matt Baker, Christopher Porco and Daniel Pelosi.
Speaking ahead of the show’s release, Morgan said: “I’ve interviewed thousands of people from all walks of life, including presidents, prime ministers, pop superstars, business moguls and legends the cinema.
“But for me, as a journalist, there is nothing more compelling than coming face to face with some of the world’s most dangerous killers and directly holding them to account for their crimes.”
“This series is a fascinating collection of highly varied and explosive interviews which I am sure will leave viewers debating with family and friends whether the subject is guilty or otherwise and will provide a gripping insight into the state of mind and motivation of the murderers to do what they did.’