Police are releasing decades-old sketches from the infamous BTK serial killer, believing they may hold the key to unsolved cases in Oklahoma and Missouri.
Dennis Rader, whose serial killer nickname stands for “Bind, Torture, Kill,” is currently serving ten consecutive life sentences for the people he pleaded guilty to killing throughout the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s. When he was arrested in 2005, hundreds of sketches showing women bound and gagged, with nooses around their necks, were collected, the Daily Mail reported.
One of the images, which is just now being released, shows three different women bound and gagged in what is believed to be a barn. The Osage County Sheriff’s Office in Oklahoma released the images as part of a new investigation, launched in January, into potential