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Unmasking the Golden State Killer: dark investigation into Joseph DeAngelo
07-01-2020, 12:49 PM
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Unmasking the Golden State Killer: dark investigation into Joseph DeAngelo
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We haven't talked about this guy on here much. But he plead guilty yesterday to many of his crimes in order to avoid the death penalty. He is notorious for his rape spree and his murder spree. But many people aren't aware of his burglary sprees also. He was also the Visalia Ransacker, a guy that committed over 100 burglaries in Visalia California. He is also suspected of being the Exeter Ransacker a guy who committed over 100 burglaries in that city also. Somewhere along the way he escalated to rape which he would often commit with the husband in the house. He would tie up the husband and then put kitchen plates on his back and would use those to warn him if the husband tried to get up.

Anyway, this guy is the most prolific offender in US history, IMO. His names were East Area Rapist (EAR), Original Night Stalker (ONS) and Golden State Killer (GSK).



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07-01-2020, 01:15 PM
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07-03-2020, 04:28 AM
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This is the detective, Paul Holes, that actually caught the East Area Rapist/Golden State Killer/Original Night Stalker. He spent over 20 years hunting and was finally able to find him using Familial DNA from some of his family members uploading for a genealogy trace.

It's interesting to hear him talk about his theories on the case.



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07-03-2020, 05:57 AM
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Wasn't there a guy on the OG who used to call himself EAR-OriginalNightStalker?
Something like that?
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07-03-2020, 06:07 AM
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Yes, he is still there. His username is EarOns or something like that. He was following the case pretty closely also.

It's wild how long this guy was committing crimes and getting away with them. He started when he was a police officer in Exeter California. You listen to that Detective Holes that I posted above you and DeAngelo was already in his 30s when he started his raping spree. The guy must have been in great shape and smart to plan so many escape routes and always get away.
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07-03-2020, 10:10 AM
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before he escalated to rape , he was a prolific robber.

what did he do with all the shit he stole ?
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07-03-2020, 10:16 AM
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he mostly stole panties
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07-03-2020, 10:22 AM
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(07-03-2020 10:16 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  he mostly stole panties

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07-04-2020, 12:09 AM (This post was last modified: 07-04-2020 01:17 AM by pilgrim.)
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(07-03-2020 10:10 AM)KurtDangle Wrote:  before he escalated to rape , he was a prolific robber.

what did he do with all the shit he stole ?

Much of what he stole was mostly purses, wallets, cash, sometimes coin collections and knick knacks that weren't that important but easy to carry off on foot. He often stole id cards and drivers licenses as well as pictures. He mostly liked to terrorize people and would sometimes move things around in houses he burglarized. He would take a bunch of stuff and move it to another bedroom and crazy stuff like that. He almost always raided people's refrigerators and ate their food sometimes even preparing a meal. Some people thought he was hungry from spending so much time casing houses and preparing escape routes.

There was also some speculation about his fishing boat. He went fishing a lot and some people thought maybe he was dropping stuff overboard to get rid of it.
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07-04-2020, 03:20 AM
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The Visalia Ransacker


In the early 1970s Visalia was vexed by prowlers and petty thieves. But in April 1974 a strange pattern began to emerge. A prowler went to great lengths to discover when the residents of houses were not home. He appeared to prowl during weekdays and then entered homes on the weekends when the family was away. He entered but stole little of value— often blue chip stamps, the contents of piggy banks, coin collections, and then, more disturbingly, revolvers and ammunition. Despite the little of value stolen, he made an unnecessary shambles of the house, very often the bedrooms, and then especially the bedrooms belonging to the female members of the Ransacker turf-iconhousehold. Their clothes would be scattered all over the floor. This earned this petty burglar the police nickname “ransacker.”

The Ransacker concentrated in a confined area— south-central Visalia in the environs of College of the Sequoias. This was such a confined area that there never was a news article about him. No warning went up for homeowners to beware. As a result, homes were left unlocked, residents blithely went about their business. The rest of the State may have been locking itself up because of rampant crime, but Visalia was a small farm down in the heart of California’s bread basket. Life went on as it had 20 years before in the “idyllic” 1950s.

With no impediments, the Ransacker continued as an essentially ghostly prowler and strange house wrecker. On the night of November 30, 1974, for instance, he invaded 11 homes and made a shambles of them. Sometimes he didn’t steal anything. He just wrecked the interior. He was becoming stranger and stranger. For another example, at 522522Whitney-1975-25%-icon South Whitney, on Wednesday February 5, 1975, the family returned to find they had been prowled. They found a bottle of Jergens lotion that didn’t belong to them. The back slider was smeared with hand prints made in the lotion. Three days later (on the weekend) there was a prowler/peeper in their bushes. This guy was obviously a little “off.”

Tennis shoe prints stamped about yards, small at only size 9, indicated how much this prowler/ransacker he stalked about south-central Visalia, even on nights where he didn’t strike. Visalia PD felt he was essentially a peeper. He watched young women in their homes. He was becoming more strange and fixated on the young females, so it would seem.

Toward the fall of 1975, there had been a year and a half of ransackings, probably close to 90 of them, plus unaccounted prowling reports. Still the Ransacker wasn’t news. Then on September 11, 1975, again on South Whitney, he came back to the neighbors of 522. This was 532 South Whitney. This was the Snelling home. The father was Claude Snelling, journalism professor at the nearby College of the Sequoias.

The perp pried the screen off a back window and took it across the street and set it on top of a neighbor’s camper trailer. He crossed the street again and gained entrance. He was doing something he had never done before. He entered the home at night while the entire family was sleeping. He found the mother’s purse on the counter and rifled through it, taking it outside and leaving it on the brick planter. He entered the daughter’s bedroom. Beth Snelling was sleeping when she felt someone laying on her and clutching her mouth and nose. She couldn’t breathe and awoke. Angry eyes were staring into hers, staring through holes in a dark ski mask. The assailant threatened her immediately.

“Don’t scream or I’ll stab you.” Then drawing a gun with his left hand from his back pocket, he yanked her up with his right hand and started to lead her to the backyard. “You’re coming with me.” CSnelling-icon

Beth Snelling began to resist, making enough noise to awake her father. The perp continued to lead her outside. Now Claude appeared at the top of the steps of the back door.

“What are you doing?! Where are you going with my daughter!?”

The masked man whirled around and shot Claude in the shoulder, spinning Claude around. But wounding wasn’t enough for the assailant. He shot him again. He then pointed the gun at Beth, but decided to kick her a few times in her face. Then he fled down the driveway. Claude ran to the front door to rush out and intercept him, not realizing how wounded he was. There at the door he dropped dead.

The police suspected the Ransacker. It was only now in the wake of Claude Snelling’s murder that greater Visalia began to hear about such a strange prowler afoot called the “ransacker.”

Although Beth Snelling really couldn’t identify her father’s killer better than saying light skin, round face and square jaw, Visalia PD was eventually able to link the killer to the Ransacker. The revolver used to kill Claude Snelling had been stolen 11 days prior at a strike attributed to the Ransacker on West Royal Oaks.

Visalia PD associated the Ransacker with that distinctive size 9 tennis shoe print. By December 1975 a pattern was laid down around 6 homes on West Kaweah and South Dollner. A PD stakeout was planned. Special Agent William McGowen was stationed in the garage of 1505 West Kaweah, waiting. The garage door was left open. It was the perfect position. From the pattern of footprints, the house next door, 1501, was expected to be the target house. Late at night, McGowen crouched and waited. A large, stocky figure slinked up along the shrubbery and peaked into the open garage door. He didn’t see McGowen. He didn’t enter. He padded along the side of the garage and started to fiddle with the back gate of the house next door— the target house.

McGowen quietly stepped out the garage and shined his flashlight on the prowler. “Police officer! Hold it right there!”

Startled, the prowler whirled around and ripped some kind of bunched up knit cap off his head (it looked like a ski mask rolled up). “Oh my God! Oh no! Oh my God, no!” The prowler was squirreling out in a high-pitched, effeminate voice. Add to this behavior a strange body description: tight jeans clutched his large hips and big butt, his shoulders sloped, together giving him a pear shape. A camo fatigue jacket was buttoned all the way up. He had short, stubby feet.

He wouldn’t obey McGowen but jumped the fence. McGowen emerged at the top of the fence and pointed his flashlight at him. The guy warbled “Oh my God! Please don’t hurt me! Oh my God, no!” in that high pitched effeminate voice. The antics went on and McGowen chased him through the yard. He jumped another fence, and McGowen again emerged at the top, shining his flashlight on him. But without warning the weird guy drew a gun with his left hand and fired. McGowen’s flashlight sailed from his grasp and he fell back, injured to his eye from shrapnel. He was stunned. The perp got away, with 11 pounds of stolen goods on him from houses he had already hit.

McGowen made sure to embed in his mind what the perp looked like. He was heavy set, under 6 foot, short legs with thick calves, ran in a zigzag fashion with knees close together, had a large rump. For some reason when first confronted by McGowen, the perp had ripped his cap off, which suggested to McGowen it was a ski mask that he didn’t want to be caught wearing. In any case, this revealed his hair as light blonde, parted on left. It was a military cut, much higher than the ears and no sideburns at all. Definitely not the fashion for 1975. He had a round face, square jaw— a baby face.

A few of these points matched the assailant at the Snelling murder. Beth Snelling had said that despite the ski mask, the assailant had light skin and hair (determined from the color of the eyebrows), had a round face with wide jaw. He also shot with his left hand.

After the McGowen shooting, the Ransacker was big news. He was No. 1 town villain. There were a couple of incidents of peeping in January 1976 where the peeper was described wearing the similar camo jacket. But on the whole the Ransacker was no more. The murder of Claude Snelling hadn’t stopped him, but it seems the encounter with McGowen was enough to throw a scare in him. Or, after January he simply moved on.
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07-04-2020, 10:52 AM
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Unmasking the Golden State Killer: dark investigation into Joseph DeAngelo
That story described a woman.

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