The dating game killer

The Dating Game Killer is a moniker given to serial killer Rodney James Alcala, who was convicted in 2010 of murdering five women in the 1970s. Alcala was a contestant on the popular game show The Dating Game in 1978 and won a date with a woman named Cheryl Bradshaw. However, Bradshaw refused to go on the date because of Alcala's strange behavior.

Alcala made his first known victim in 1968, when he sexually assaulted an eight-year-old girl. He also murdered four other women between 1977 and 1979. Alcala was finally arrested in 1979 after being recognized as the Dating Game Killer by a fugitive task force. He was able to evade justice for thirty years due to several legal technicalities.

Alcala was finally found guilty of the murders in 2010 and sentenced to death. He has been described by some as one of the most prolific serial killers in American history. He was known for his shocking appearance and odd behavior that made him an outcast from society. He also operated under several aliases, making it difficult for law enforcement to trace him.

Alcala's most noteworthy victims were Jill Barcomb, Georgia Wixted, Charlotte Lamb, Jill Parenteau, and Robin Samsoe. Alcala is thought to have victimized many other women whose cases are still unsolved and he remains a suspect in many more unsolved murders. He is currently on death row in California and his appeal against the death sentence is pending.

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