Dennis Rader, aka the "BTK Killer," of Kansas pleaded guilty in 2005 to killing 10 people between 1974 and 1991 to satisfy his sexual fantasies. BTK, which stands for "bound, torture, kill," was Radar's infamous signature. During his trial, he admitted to stalking a number of people at the same time, referring to them as his "projects." "If one didn't work out, I just moved to another one," Rader said. He was able to elude the police for years, sending authorities and the media taunting letters, often with before-and-after pictures of his victims. Rader's house in Park City, Kan., was bought by the city and demolished in 2007, but not before some people reportedly tried to sell stolen boards and other mementos on eBay.
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