Drue Mordecai: Know Jim’s Son Drue Mordecai and Dozens Conviction of Child Molestation on Church Volunteer

Jims Son Drue Mordecai

In a gripping four-part docuseries titled “The Truth About Jim,” released on Max, Sierra Barter embarks on a quest to uncover the mysteries surrounding her step-grandfather, Jim Mordecai. Released on February 15, 2024, the docuseries sheds light on the dark truths hidden behind Mordecai’s seemingly ordinary life.

Jims Son Drue Mordecai
Jims Son Drue Mordecai

Who was Jim’s Son Drue Mordecai?

Jim Mordecai, once a teacher, had a disturbing history of physical violence and sexual assault. According to sources, Mordecai’s second wife, Jeanne Kirkpatrick, shared accounts of his threatening behavior, including physical violence and warnings that prevented her from leaving. His third wife even kept a gun by her bedside for protection.

Christi Probst, Mordecai’s stepdaughter, revealed in the docuseries that she was repeatedly raped by him starting at the age of 13. Mordecai’s abusive behavior extended to other teenage girls when he worked at a Future Farmers of America Club.

The Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders

The docuseries raises questions about Mordecai’s potential involvement in the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders, where seven women were killed between 1972 and 1973. Posthumously, a box of jewelry and belongings belonging to teenage girls was found in Mordecai’s possession, fueling suspicions about his true identity.

However, the investigation remains ongoing, and the series does not provide a conclusive answer.

Jim Mordecai: The Zodiac Killer?

Sierra Barter speculates whether Jim Mordecai could be the Zodiac Killer, known for a series of unsolved murders in the late 1960s. Although Mordecai attended UC Davis during the Zodiac Killer’s active period and had similar physical traits, expert Mike Butterfield suggests that Mordecai’s sexual crimes make it unlikely for him to be the Zodiac Killer, who did not exhibit such tendencies.

Dozens of Conviction of Child Molestation on Church Volunteer

In a separate but equally disturbing incident, Gerardo Gontiz, a Redwood City church volunteer, was convicted of molesting a dozen boys. Gontiz, 50, was sentenced to 13 years before facing an additional term of 120 years to life in prison. The crimes included lewd acts, child molestation, oral copulation, sodomy, and the use of child pornography.


“The Truth About Jim” docuseries exposes the dark and disturbing secrets of Jim Mordecai, a man with a history of violence and sexual assault.

While suspicions linger about his potential involvement in heinous crimes like the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders and even the Zodiac killings, the investigation continues, leaving unanswered questions and a trail of trauma for the victims.

The shocking conviction of Gerardo Gontiz serves as a reminder of the need for vigilance and justice in protecting vulnerable individuals from such predators. The docuseries, currently streaming on Max, is a chilling exploration of the sinister side of seemingly ordinary individuals.

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