Serial kill dating game
But sometimes a background check can’t even uncover the whole story.
In Rodney Alcala’s case, the whole story consisted of at least four prior murders that he hadn’t been definitively linked to yet.
A handwritten note soaked in the victim's blood reads: "You gave me AIDS." Police have more questions than answers. "Vanity Fair" writer David Rose then uncovers shocking facts about the case.
From a lineup of “eligible bachelors,” she chose handsome bachelor number one, Rodney Alcala.
But at that very moment, he was keeping a deadly secret: he was an unrepentant serial killer.
Bradshaw, if not for a healthy jolt of women’s intuition, would almost certainly be remembered today as one of Alcala’s victims.
In 2003, NYC financial analyst Maria Cruz vanishes and the last man she saw is missing too. When the owner of a 345-acre hilltop estate dies suspiciously, the eyes of Orange County, Virginia, turn to his pretty second wife – once the hospice nurse for his late first wife.
Her murder went unsolved until it was connected to Alcala in 2011.As you can probably imagine, Cheryl Bradshaw’s rejection likely only fueled Alcala’s fire.In total, before and after his television appearance, the sadistic “Dating Game Killer” claimed that he killed between 50 and 100 people.When an unidentified caller telephones police, they must decipher fact from fiction as the woman confesses to a bizarre series of events.Deep in Louisiana bayou country, a man is found brutally murdered in a nightclub. The Stocking Strangler, a serial killer who brutally rapes and murders his victims, is caught and sentenced to death in Georgia.