In 2015, Durst became the subject of a HBO docuseries, "The Jinx," which explored the disappearance of his wife Kathie, the murder of his friend Susan Berman and the 2001 murder of his neighbor Morris Black. Movie: All good things
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The Jinx Chapter 4 | Surrounded by his attorneys, multi-millionaire murder defendant Robert Durst,center, reacts to a not guilty verdict Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2003, in Galveston, Texas. The cross-dressing son of a New York City real estate tycoon was accused of murder for killing a neighbor at a low-rent Galveston apartment house where they both lived, then dismembering the victim and throwing the body parts into Galveston Bay.
Douglas Durst | Until now, Douglas Durst — a man of few words, great wealth and dynastic power over Manhattan real estate — has said virtually nothing in public about his brother, their relationship or his views about whether Robert was involved in the unsolved disappearance of his wife and the murder of his friend.
The Jinx Chapter 4 | Defense attorney Mike Ramsey holds up a photograph of Morris Black for the jury in New York real estate heir Robert Durst's trial Monday, Sept. 29, 2003, in Galveston, Texas. Durst is accused of killing Black, a 71-year-old neighbor at a low-rent Galveston apartment house where both men lived, then dismembering the body and throwing the parts into Galveston Bay two years ago.