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Peel me.” Despite giving him the win, Bradshaw never ended up going on the date with Alcala, turning him down after filming because she thought he was “creepy.” Years later, Bradshaw found out how right she was… The man she chose was actually a murderer in the midst of an almost decade long spree, and she played a part in the creation of his serial killer moniker: “The Dating Game Killer.” Despite being his morbid calling card, winning THE DATING GAME wasn’t the first and only time Rodney Alcala got lucky; his history of slipping through the cracks of the legal system kept him cruising the streets for years before police put him away for good.Born in Texas in 1943, Rodney Alcala relocated to Los Angeles at the age of 12.Alcala made his way back to California and made his infamous appearance on THE DATING GAME in 1978.Between his appearance on the show and his arrest the next year, he killed at least three more women.The discovery of Samsoe’s earrings in the locker, along with jewelry belonging to other missing women, led to Alcala’s arrest.
Coincidentally, after he regained his freedom, police questioned him and ruled him out as another infamous serial killer, the Hillside Strangler.
Many people who came into contact with him described him as very charming.
Along with his purported 170 IQ, he used the same sly charm to seduce women into his car, and then to slither out of his punishments, convincing judges of his rehabilitation and probation officers of his trustworthiness.
Alcala went back to trial, charged not only with the murder of Samsoe, but the murders of Georgia Wixted in 1977, Jill Barcomb in 1977, Charlotte Lamb in 1978, and Jill Parenteau in 1979.
Since then,he has also been convicted of two murders in New York — one committed while he was there with his probation officer’s permission.
Even now, more than 35 years since he went to prison, Alcala’s reign of terror still casts a dark shadow: In 2010, the Huntington Beach Police Department released a series of photographs discovered among Alcala’s belongings in his Seattle storage locker.