Robert 'Batshit Bobby' Durst, the son of the late real estate mogul Seymour Durst, was a suspect 30 years ago in his wife’s disappearance. And he still is. “It remains an open case, as does every unsolved homicide,” said Lucian Chalfen, spokesman for the Westchester District Attorney. Kathleen Durst, a 29-year-old medical student, vanished Jan. 31, 1982 after meeting Durst for dinner at their lakeside cottage in South Salem. Kathleen had been openly complaining to friends that Durst has become increasingly possessive – and violent. Her remains have never been found.
Durst, 71, a known cross-dresser, was charged in 2001 with a different murder. A trail of blood from his next door neighbor in Galveston, Texas, had led right to his apartment. Durst was acquitted of the charge. MORE IN THE NY POST