Motel owner spied on couples having sex for decades

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 11:57 PM

Gerald Foos wrote to author Homosexual Talese in one thousand nine hundred-eightieth and said that he spied on couples for decades and took detailed notes on what he saw. Talese lays out all the voyeuristic details in this week’s New Yorker magazine article, “.”Foos told Talese that his wife helped him slice holes that looked love ventilation vents in the ceilings of more than a dozen rooms at the Manor House Motel in order to satisfy his voyeuristic desires.

Motel owner spied on couples having sex for decades

A CO motel owner says he's secretly watched hundreds, maybe thousands, of guests having sex in his rooms.

Gerald Foos wrote to author Homosexual Talese in one thousand nine hundred-eightieth and said that he spied on couples for decades and took detailed notes on what he saw. Talese lays out all the voyeuristic details in this week’s New Yorker magazine article, “.”

Foos told Talese that his wife helped him slice holes that looked love ventilation vents in the ceilings of more than a dozen rooms at the Manor House Motel in order to satisfy his voyeuristic desires. He was never caught.

Foos said he started spying in one thousand nine hundred sixty-sixth, and though he was frequently excited, there were times that he was so bored he fell asleep. His wife sometimes brought him snacks, Foos told Talese.

Foos said he kept written records and statistics in hopes of contributing to sex research. He knew, for example, “what was done; what was said; their individual characteristics; age & body type; portion of the country from where they came; and their sexual behavior,” Foos wrote in a letter to Talese.

The Denver District Attorney’s Office told the that the statute of limitations has passed for any crimes Foos may have committed.

While Foos went undetected for decades, Talese writes that he nearly got caught on his first attempt at spying decades ago when he went to CO to interview Foos.

Talese said he was spying on a couple with Foos and leaned closer to obtain a better view. When he did, his necktie slipped through the hole in the ceiling and dangled near to the woman’s head. “I realized my carelessness only when Foos grabbed me by the neck and, with his free hand, pulled my tie up through the slats,” Talese writes.

Foos, who lives in Denver with his second wife, sold the motel in one thousand nine hundred ninety-fifth, the Denver Post reports. He got in touch with Talese again after the Aurora theater shooting in two thousand-twelfth and agreed to let his legend go public, according to the Post.

“He’s hoping to arrive clean thirty years later and discover redemption,” Talese told the Post.

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