Crime Is the Golden State Killer Still Alive?

15:06  13 march  2018
15:06  13 march  2018 Source:   goodhousekeeping.com

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He was one of the most feared name in the Pacific Northwest from 1976 to 1986 - and police, detectives, and the FBI have yet to catch the notorious killer. In fact, despite having a DNA profile that links his crimes, he's still at large. Officials currently offer a $50,000 reward for information leading to his arrest and, according to the FBI, the GSK is a "White male, currently thought to be between the ages of 60 and 75 years old, and approximately 5'10" tall. He may have/had blond or light brown hair and an athletic build. He may have had an interest in the military, or had some military training, leaving him familiar and proficient with firearms."

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The highly sought-after serial killer is the subject of a newly released Investigation Discovery special titled The Golden State Killer: It's Not Over, which aired Monday and can be viewed online here. The program brings in forensic expert Paul Holes to assist a team of citizen sleuths, law enforcement officials, district attorneys, and victims to find the killer "through a new lens with increased DNA technology, audio recording analysis and geographic profiling."

It's been 40 years since the Golden State Killer terrorized the state of California, and he might still be out there. Here's everything you need to know about the unknown killer with the chilling monikers who has never been caught.

His victims ranged in age from 12 to 41.

He committed his first known rape in June 1976. His victim was a young woman from Rancho Cordova, in the eastern district of Sacramento County. He snuck into her home in the middle of the night and raped her. Within a month, he would rape again. His victim? A teenage girl.

Other victims included women at home alone, or with their families. He later targeted couples and would force women at knifepoint or gunpoint to do his bidding, including tying their significant other with shoelaces he brought himself. There were victims in Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Sacramento, Yolo, Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties.

His MO was distinctive.

He broke into victims' homes in the middle of the night, wearing a ski mask. He would pry open windows and doors of homes and enter the bedroom, shining a flashlight into his victims' eyes. He then tied them up (or forced them to tie each other up), and would "stack teacups or plates on the male victim's back and would threaten to kill everyone if he heard a clatter. He would steal items from the house and small amounts of cash, and would help himself to food or drinks from the fridge," according to People magazine.

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He would target certain neighborhoods on the eastern side of Sacramento, even hitting the same community suburbs multiple times a week. As authorities became aware, he moved on to Stockton, Modest, San Jose, and Contra Costa County, according to CBS News.

He also called victims on the telephone, sometimes years after assaulting them. According to SFGate, several survivors recalled getting multiple wrong-number or hang-up calls shortly before they were attacked. Sometimes they'd pick up the phone, only to hear heavy breathing on the other end. In one call, he reportedly whispered, "Gonna kill you," to a rape victim. According to the publication, police believe the he tracked down phone numbers from prior break-ins.

His reign of terror escalated quickly.

He continued to rape and burglarize homes as police began to learn the offender's habits. Within two years of his first known crime, he murdered a young married couple, Brian and Katie Maggiore, in 1978. They were walking their dog in Rancho Cordova one night when they were chased down and shot to death. Detectives speculate the couple saw the suspect, and he killed them in order to protect himself, according to the Washington Post.

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The horror continued until 1981, he even bludgeoned one couple to death with wood from their fireplace. After, the crimes seemed to stop - until May, 1986 when he committed what police believe to be his final killing. The raped body of an 18-year-old girl was found in Irvine.

"It is mind-boggling that he committed so many crimes without a slip-up," Ray Biondi, a retired Sacramento County Sheriff's Department detective, said, according to a 2016 Washington Post article.

He may be a poet.

In December 1977, the Sacramento Bee newspaper, the city mayor's office, and KVIE 6 television station all received a mysterious poem called "Excitement's Crave," that some believe is the work of the killer. Although it's never been conclusively determined, his words were perhaps inspired by his successful evasion of law enforcement officers after he alerted authorities by telephone that he would strike on Watt Avenue the night of December 11. The poem in full, below:

"Excitement's Crave"

All those mortal's surviving birth

Upon facing maturity,

Take inventory of their worth

To prevailing society.

Choosing values becomes a task;

Oneself must seek satisfaction.

The selected route will unmask

Character when plans take action.

Accepting some work to perform

At fixed pay, but promise for more,

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Is a recognized social norm,

As is decorum, seeking lore.

Achieving while others lifting

Should be cause for deserving fame.

Leisure tempts excitement seeking,

What's right and expected seems tame.

"Jessie James" has been seen by all,

And "Son of Sam" has an author.

Others now feel temptations call.

Sacramento should make an offer.

To make a movie of my life

That will pay for my planned exile.

Just now I' d like to add the wife

Of a Mafia lord to my file.

Your East Area Rapist

And deserving pest.

See you in the press or on T.V.

a drawing of a person: Sketch of GSK. © FBI Sketch of GSK.

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If he's alive, the serial criminal could be 75 years old.

Authorities have DNA evidence from crime scenes that link the man to nearly 200 criminal acts from Sacramento to just south of Los Angeles that could confirm, or exclude, potential suspects, according to an FBI press release in 2016. And last year, the FBI and Sacramento law enforcement held a press conference marking the 40th anniversary of the first attack, hoping to drum up new leads.

"Obviously, with the 40th anniversary, this is a time we want to take to acknowledge this serial offender who was probably one of the most prolific, certainly in California, possibly in the United States, but also to let the victims know that we'll never give up," said Sgt. Paul Belli, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department detective assigned to the case, according to SFGate.

The FBI urges anyone with a clue in the case to call their hotline at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can also submit tips online.

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