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The killer checked in we sixteen dollar and fifty cent a night room.
At the 63 street YMCA the next night he moved to the more upscale Sheraton center on seventh avenue.
Where he stayed in room 2730.
He staked out.
Almost three days.
There were lots of fans outside the Dakota every day and stand out there wonder and my goodness there might not if it's.
Monday December 8 the Christmas tree was prepared to be -- at Rockefeller Center.
Inside the Dakota lemon sat down for an afternoon radio interview with San Francisco disc jockey Dave Shula.
He could not have been more more positive.
I'm more looking forward to doing more music -- -- you know just of the song starting over this is the beginning I'm ready to do all kinds of things.
-- do believe in love.
He -- there would be impossible.
-- think -- my work won't be finished until Monday and today and I hope that's a long long time he talked about.
Raising -- in fact we talked about it at one point so much.
That it was like you're doing a child rearing.
And interview settlement -- -- a little commercials.
So make sure if you know -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Sesame Street.
Well -- linen -- chatted Chapman lurked outside the Dakota.
With a copy of the catcher in the rye and Lenin's new album.
And -- little left for recording session around 5 PM.
A nervous Chapman asked him to sign his album which Lenin did incredibly.
The moment was caught by an amateur photographer.
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