Since his release from prison, he had killed dozens of people and wouldn't be caught again until 2009.
He put on such a good act that nobody suspected he was still the same twisted psychopath as before.
Well, as this list proves, most serial killers can function well enough to pass as everyday people.
This list includes television appearances by several high-profile serial killers before they were infamous for their horrendous crimes.
The BTK Killer was particularly adept at blending in, and when he was finally captured and charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder, his community was shocked.
He had a wife, who had no idea of his horrendous hobby, and he was even the president of his local church council.
taped an episode called "Same Sex Secret Crushes." In that episode, Scott Amedure, a gay man, revealed to his best friend Schmitz that he had a crush on him.
Even though the public believed Edwards, the truth is much more horrifying.
For a man that studied law, you think he would have hid the body better than in a random dumpster.
Picture now identified as Christine Ruth Thornton, released by the Huntington Beach Police Department after it was found among a series of photographs in the possession of serial killer Rodney Alcala It was one of the photographs of women found with the personal belongings of death row inmate Rodney Alcala, 73, that helped link him to the 1977 killing of Christine Ruth Thornton, sheriff’s officials and prosecutors in Sweetwater County, Wyoming said Tuesday.
Jenkins had recently appeared on an episode ofwhere wealthy young men tried to win over a materialistic blonde.
His friends and family were shocked when Jenkins was accused, but his behavior made it hard to believe he was innocent.
How could an attractive, successful, wealthy real estate developer and reality show star turn out to be a cold-blooded killer?