Bachelor number one is Rodney Alcala, who would be sentenced to death for the murder of at least 50 people just two years from this airing, but his true victim count could be as high as 130.When he appeared as a contestant on the show, he was a convicted rapist in the middle of his killing spree.She is the latest victim to be linked to Alcala, nicknamed the “Dating Game Killer” because he appeared on TV’s in 1978. Alcala has been in prison since 1979 for the murder of a 12-year-old girl in California.In the years since his incarceration, he has been linked to seven additional murders, including this most recent case in Wyoming.The Bachelorette, Cheryl, doesn’t pick up on any of this.In fact, she ends up choosing Alcala over the other two contestants despite his lackluster answers like, “Nighttime is the best time,” and “I’m a banana…The three will executive produce with ID's Angela Bromstad.Greif's Think Factory Media will produce for Investigation Discovery. “ID has become the premier destination for consistent, high-quality true crime content, and we’re excited to extend our storytelling with our first scripted movie,” said Henry Schleiff, Group President, Investigation Discovery, American Heroes Channel and Destination America.
Alcala’s parents were Raoul Alcala Buquor and Anna Maria Gutierrez. A military psychiatrist diagnosed him as having antisocial personality disorder, and Alcala was given a medical discharge.
in 1978 — and subsequently, a place in history as one of America's most prolific serial killers.
Alcala preyed on young attractive women and lured them by telling them he was a professional photographer and wanted to enter their photos in a contest.
peel me.” However, she cut things off immediately after their one date, claiming that she found him “creepy.” How right she was.
For some, even hearing his name sends chills down the spine.