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Despite his rape conviction and secret heinous crime spree, Rodney's bright eyes and cheeky smile earned him a place on Blind Date-style ABC TV show The Dating Game in September 1978.Dressed smartly in a brown suit, he was an instant hit with the bachelorette, winning a date with pretty contestant Cheryl Bradshaw.A witness called the police after watching Tali get into his car outside school.When they arrived at Alcala's home they found Tali's unconscious body on the floor with her legs spread apart, surrounded by a pool of blood.She later revealed she saw his true colours backstage and turned down their tennis lesson date, saying: "I started to feel ill.He was acting really creepy." Less than a year after Cheryl chose charismatic and attractive Alcala as her 'dream date' on prime-time TV, he was arrested and charged with his first murder.Police found her in 1971 stripped naked and strangled with a stocking, with a bite mark on her breast and material stuffed down her throat to stop her screaming.
Alcala would strangle his victims until they passed out, then resuscitate them before beginning his torture, repeatedly raping and throttling them to within an inch of their life.WITH his shoulder-length brunette hair and dazzling smile, Rodney Alcala appeared to be the perfect bachelor when he appeared on matchmaking TV show, The Dating Game.But little did the female contestant - or the studio audience - know that he was one of America's most dangerous serial killers.Jill Barcomb was found "rolled up like a ball" in a ravine, Georgia had been bludgeoned in her Malibu home, Charlotte had been raped, strangled and left in the laundry room of an apartment complex, and Jill Parenteau was also found dead in her home.
One victim was killed by blows from a claw hammer, and the other women were repeatedly strangled and resuscitated until they died.
A collection of thousands of sexually explicit images were later found by police in his Seattle locker and in 2010 police released 120 of the images to the public in the hope of identifying more victims.