Serial killer on dating game
Donaldson was arrested and police say he'll be charged with four counts of first-degree, premeditated murder in the killings of Benjamin Edward Mitchell, Monica Caridad Hoffa, Anthony Naiboa and Ronald Felton."When I think I found out there was a gun, and when we looked at his description, it was a little more than what we really had," Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said. I kinda had a feeling that we were going to get a break."Police said Donaldson is a Tampa native who in years past lived in New York City, where he reportedly attended Saint John's University in Queens.
Investigators said they don't know what, if any, connection Donaldson has to Seminole Heights. "But there is a lot more to go."The first killing took place Oct. 19, 20-year-old Anthony Naiboa, who had autism, was shot and killed just 50 feet away from where Mitchell had been slain.
But his new role as convicted serial killer Rodney Alcala in Investigation Discovery’s (ID) first scripted true crime project, “The Dating Game Killer,” takes things to a whole other level.
“Of course they’ve both killed people, but Huck is a more socially awkward type of guy who regrets the things he’s done,” Diaz tells “Rodney Alcala has an almost genius IQ and is super charming and was always super upbeat and happy.
The card, which has a letter with it, written by the handsome psychopath in 1985 has revealed he continued to deny his crimes - but ominously said photographs in books about his crimes 'brought back memories'.
The serial killer eventually confessed to 30 gruesome slayings just weeks later.
As Huck in ABC’s “Scandal,” Guillermo Diaz is accustomed to playing a dark figure who does morally questionable things.
A never-before-seen Christmas card from Ted Bundy in which the sadistic serial killer denied any wrongdoing and criticized books written about him has gone on sale.
Notorious murderer Bundy, whose story has been turned into upcoming Hollywood film, raped and murdered dozens of young women during a reign of terror in the US in the 1970s.
Eric, 47, said: 'It's not surprising Bundy took the opportunity in a Christmas card of all things to go into stark denial in regard to his life and crimes.'I found the line "I hadn't seen those photos in nearly 10 years".
They brought back some memories,' pretty chilling.'One can only wonder if the photos that he is speaking of were of his victims – or of himself.'Bundy items always attract attention.
Many of Bundy's victims were kidnapped, bludgeoned and beheaded, before he performed sexual acts on their bodies and stored their remains.