Rodney James Alcala, an American serial killer whose true crime story will give you chills He was a killing machine... Throughout the late 1960's and 1970's, a man roamed the streets with a camera. While photography was a hip hobby to have at the time, this man was different from the rest. He asked young girls and women to pose for him, often nude, and a few of them he even molested and murdered.It all started with Tali Shapiro, an eight-year-old girl that was saved by a Good Samaritan who witnessed her climb into a vehicle driven by a man. The entire scene seemed off to the man, who called police shortly after he followed the vehicle to an apartment complex. By the time the police arrived on the scene, Tali Shapiro was almost dead, and Rodney Alcala had retreated out the back door. He was apprehended for the rape and torture of Tali Shapiro, but he was released on parole not long after he was convicted and imprisoned.His newfound freedom came at a cost to many women and children.Dubbed the Dating Game Killer because he was on an episode of the Dating Game show in 1978, Rodney Alcala's body count is still rising. He kept photographs of his victims, and police found over 1,700 in a storage locker Alcala had rented. Some of the pictures Alcala took have been released by NYPD (New York) and the HBPD (California) in hope to identify possible victims of this psychopath.This book is about the victims' investigators know about, and it gives a small insight into the life of one of the most vicious and active serial killers America has ever known.Many believe that Alcala may have killed over a 100 women and girls.Warning, information found in this book may be too graphic for some to handle.Scroll back up and grab your copy today!
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