Dating game killer photographs
Bradford was incarcerated in an maximum security San Quentin State Prison for the 1984 murders of his 15-year-old neighbor Tracey Campbell and barmaid Shari Miller, making them the only official victims.
In Bradford’s apartment, authorities found 54 different women in modeling poses.
Because he had lured Shari Miller with the promise of a modelling career and took pictures prior murdering her, police have reason to believe Bradford was, in fact, a serial killer and the photos represent the girl’s last moments before their deaths.
Bradford died in 2008, taking the secret with him to his grave. In 1984, he started dating Jerry Howell, a good-looking 19-year-old male prostitute.
"It was super lucky," Leedom said in a phone interview from her Connecticut home.
He exhibited his antisocial behavior and sadomasochistic sexual tendencies from an early age.
One woman who called told police she thought one of the photos may have been her daughter, who went missing in 1982.
Police had to tell her that it wasn't possible: By that point, Alcala had been behind bars for nearly three years.
"These people are grasping for straws, they want to hold onto anything they can hold onto to bring them closure." But while some calls are full of anguish, others bring relief.14-year-old Regina Kay Walters was one of the numerous women held in an 18-wheeler equipped with a torture chamber in the back.The photo was taken in an abandoned Illinois barn, where Rhoades killed Walters after cutting off her hair and making her wear a black dress and heels.Chasing leads Alcala was previously convicted and sentenced to death twice for the murder of Samsoe, but both convictions were overturned on appeal.In 2006, investigators refiled the case and linked Alcala to four previously unsolved murders from Los Angeles County using DNA technology and other forensic evidence.