Second grader Tali Shapiro was walking to school in when she accepted a ride from Rodney Alcala. On Sept. The suspicious event raised the concern of a good Samaritan who saw Tali climbing into the vehicle with the shaggy-haired young man. The good Samaritan followed Alcala as he drove to his nearby apartment, and then the man called the police. He then appeared at the window claiming he was in the shower.
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Serial killer Rodney James Alcala murdered at least nine women and girls across the United States in the s, though his true death toll could number more than He spent time in prison for sexual assault and other crimes in the s but continued to rape and kill when he was free. Autopsies of some Alcala victims revealed that he would strangle women, then wait for them to regain consciousness before the final kill. Alcala also sometimes arranged the corpses of women he'd murdered in poses.
Note: Varies by jurisdiction. Internet homicide refers to killing in which victim and perpetrator met online, in some cases having known each other previously only through the Internet. Internet homicide can also be part of an Internet suicide pact or consensual homicide. Serial killers are murderers who target three or more victims sequentially, with a "cooling off" period between each murder, and whose motivation for killing is largely based on psychological gratification. According to Paul Bocj, the author of Cyberstalking: Harassment in the Internet Age and How to Protect Your Family , "The idea that a serial killer may have operated via the Internet is, understandably, one that has resulted in a great deal of public anxiety.