Dating Game Killer Accused Of Two NYC Cold Case Murders
In something of a surprise, Rodney Alcala, the ” Dating Game Killer ” currently on death row in California for killing four women and a 12-year-old girl, has been indicted for murdering two woman in New York in the 70s. Cornelia Crilley, 23, was found raped and strangled in her UES apartment in 1971 and Ellen Hover, also 23, went missing in 1977 and was found a year later. [ more › ]
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‘Dating Game’ Killer Indicted
A grand jury in New York has indicted “Dating Game” killer Rodney Alcala on charges he murdered two women in New York in the 1970s, officials said. Alcala was indicted on the deaths of Cornelia Michel Crilley in 1971 and Ellen Jane Hover in 1977, The New York Times reported.
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Dating Game killer faces two cold case murder charges
New York prosecutors have blamed two long-unsolved murders on a convicted murderer known as the “Dating Game” killer.
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