BTK serial killer reveals what drove him to murder 10 people



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Serial killer Dennis Rader revealed what drove him to murder his 10 victims as he opened up about his brutal crimes and childhood in a previously unheard interview recorded soon after he confessed 13 years ago.Rader, now 73, murdered 10 people, including two children, in Wichita, Kansas over a 17-year stretch between 1974 to 1991.The killer, who called himself BTK for ‘bind, torture and kill’, was arrested in 2005 and is currently serving 10 consecutive life sentences at a Kansas prison.Rader is now the subject of a new Oxygen documentary titled ‘Snapped: Notorious BTK Serial Killer’, which includes the never-before-heard interview he gave to a local television reporter after he confessed to the murders. ‘How could a guy like me, church member, raised a family, go out and do those sort of things?’ he told KAKE-TV reporter Larry Hatteberg in the interview. ‘I want the people of Sedgwick County, the United States and the world to know that I am a serial killer.’He went on to describe what urged him to kill.’I personally think, and I know it’s not very Christian, but I actually think it’s a demon that’s within me,’ he said. ‘At some point and time, it entered me when I was young. And it basically controlled me.’When asked if he had any feelings for his 10 victims, Rader replied: ‘Yes, I do’.’I mean, I have a lot of feelings for them,’ he said. ‘I guess it’s more of an achievement for this object in the hunt. Or sort of more of a high, I guess.’  Rader, who was a former church leader and hid his killings from his wife and two children, also revealed in the interview that he started noticing his dark side back in the eighth grade. He has previously said that lust and a desire for fame and power drove him to murder. . He started communicating with Wichita police detectives via a floppy disk that authorities ended up tracing back to his church. Rader worked with Katherine Ramsland, a forensic psychology professor at DeSales University, to publish a book – ‘Confession of a Serial Killer: The Untold Story of Dennis Rader, the BTK Killer’ – about his crimes in 2016. She wrote the book under an agreement that proceeds from its sale goes to the victims’ families trust fund.In it, Rader confessed to having plans to kill an 11th victim by hanging her upside down in her home before he was arrested. Rader wrote three and a half pages of the book about his plans for his last kill. ‘This was supposed to be my opus, my grand finale, and to make it different, I would set the house on fire using propane canisters,’ he wrote.He said he got into the woman’s backyard and knocked on her door, but aborted his plan when a city street crew showed up unexpectedly to work outside the house. Rader planned to kill her the following spring, but was arrested in February 2005.Wichita police detectives who captured Rader in 2005 said they were incensed by the pride he exhibited as he divulged the details about the tortures he planned to inflict on the 11th victim. RELATED
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Memphis Pastor Tries To Run Over Wife With Bentley Because She Drove It



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EADS, TN (abc24.com) – A Memphis pastor is accused of trying to run over his wife. Deborah Ray claims her husband, Reverend Frank Ray, tried to mow her down in his $150,000 Bentley two weeks ago.

As pastor of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, Dr. Frank E. Ray commands the attention of his congregation. But on May 25, Rev. Ray commanded the attention of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office.