Dating game killer photographs
Media quickly nicknamed him “The Lonely Hearts Killer”.
The photos had been in the possession of Rodney Alcala, who has been in custody since 1979 and was recently convicted of murdering four young women and a 12-year-old girl. Prosecutors say Alcala used his camera to lure his victims, and he was seen taking pictures of the girl before she disappeared.Detectives have withheld about 900 pictures because they are too sexually explicit, while others have been cropped for release, said Huntington Beach police Capt. He said he didn't know why his predecessors didn't release the photos years ago.Releasing the pictures during Alcala's recent trial could have influenced the jury pool or could have jeopardized the verdict and death penalty recommendation on appeal.There, he tied them up, photographed them, and eventually killed and dumped their bodies in the desert.This picture was taken by serial killer Robert Ben Rhoades.
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Bradford was incarcerated in an maximum security San Quentin State Prison for the 1984 murders of his 15-year-old neighbor Tracey Campbell and barmaid Shari Miller, making them the only official victims.