Chase slowly pulled the key from the ignition with a loud painful grunt. “I don’t want to be here.” He thought to himself. Deep down however, Chase knew that if he wasn’t here, his planning would never be complete. He always took mental notes of what his therapist told him to do, and he did the exact opposite of that. Early on, she had ordered him to count up to ten when he got upset and felt like he was losing control. Deliberately, he counted down from ten and waited to see how long it would take after that for him to snap. Currently, it's been three years since the last time that he counted down from ten.
Author's Note: Before I get started on Richard Chase, I first want to apologize for the dry content. I know that most of the articles I have written have been somewhat boring as they are very factual and linear, so I have an idea to get you guys more involved. I am going to highlight certain facts throughout the story as they are presented, and later on time them all in together to form a basic psychological profile so that you guys can comment things that I've missed or even correct me if I'm wrong. I will end this by saying thank you to all of you that have been following this series as well as my other series.
Rodney James Alcala (born August 23rd, 1943) was a rapist and serial killer who currently sits on death row in California, for five murders committed between 1977 and 1979. Alcala also received an additional twenty five years after being tried and convicted of another two murders committed in New York City. When arrested, police found a collection of over one thousand photos of teenage boys and girls in provocative poses. In 2016, police discovered the body of a woman in one the photos, and Alcala received another 25 years for her murder. Alcala is often compared to Ted Bundy and other notorious serial killers. Now lets get into the whole story of this demon.
In 1985, a hunter was walking the woods of the Bear Brook State Park where he discovered two 55 gallon drums. Inside the drums were two female bodies that were wrapped in plastic sheeting and almost completely dissolved. It was later reported that both victims had died from blunt force trauma to the head. Without any evidence to go off, the case quickly went cold as local police exhausted all leads, but none of them came up with substantial evidence.