George Metesky, who confessed to being the "Mad Bomber," looks through the bars of his cell at the Waterbury, Conn., Police Station.
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May 13, 2011 Michael Greenburg's new book, The Mad Bomber of New York, tells the story of the hunt for a man who planted 33 homemade bombs in public places around New York City and managed to elude capture for more than 16 years.
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