VIDEO: Listening To The BTK Killer Describe His Murderous Fantasies Is Pure Nightmare Fuel

by Scott McKay | March 23, 2016 5:44 pm

Maybe you ought to save this for Halloween. It’s a bit dark for this time of year[1].

For nearly two decades, Wichita, Kansas, was plagued by a killer who left a bizarre calling card in the treatment of his victims. Between 1974 and 1991, ten people were bound and tortured before eventually being killed, hence the killer’s nickname, the “BTK killer.”

Dennis Rader was arrested in 2005 and openly admitted he was behind the BTK killings. After his arrest, NBC’s Dateline gained access to an exclusive interview with Rader by Harvard-trained forensic psychologist Robert Mendoza. During their discussion, Rader explained his obsession with killing and his inability to control his actions once his mind had fixated on a victim.

Here’s the video…

Rader still blames “demons” for his crimes rather than taking responsibility. Fine. He can’t control his demons, so he ought never to be let out of prison.

  1. It’s a bit dark for this time of year:

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