Dating show killer
Alcala's death sentence in the Samsoe murder was overturned twice.
But in 2010, he was once again sentenced to death for the murder of five women, though authorities have still been unable to pin down a precise victim count.
The film stars Guillermo Diaz, who bears a striking resemblance to the real-life serial killer.“He's got no remorse," Diaz told Inside Edition.
"He's just got a dark, dark, dark soul." The movie shows how Alcala would lure his victims by posing as a professional photographer.
" "The best time is at night," he replies, smiling. [Morning and afternoon] are okay, but nighttime is when it really gets good."The convicted child rapist, then a typesetter at the Los Angeles Times, goes on to do a chilling impression of a "dirty old man." He also answers a question about what he would be called if he were a meal by stating, "I'm called ' The banana' and I look really good.
Peel me." Bradshaw erupts into laughter as the crowd applauds.
There were already four bodies to his name when he popped up on national TV, smiling with perfect hair.
Now, the disturbing story is being made into a movie,, which premieres Sunday on Investigation Discovery.With a confident tone and wide smile, Alcala tells her, "We're gonna have a great time together, Cheryl."Watch 21st century serial killers you've never heard of.in the 70s, who wound up sitting next to a serial killer during the show, remains haunted by the encounter nearly 40 years later. 1.“He was a really creepy guy, a real idiot,” Mills told Inside Edition.After host Jim Lange introduces "successful photographer" Alcala ("You might find him skydiving or motorcycling!"), Bradshaw asks him, "What's your best time?