Rodney Alcala Indicted for Two Additional Murders

on January 27, 2011 in Law Enforcement, Serial Killers by

Rodney Alcala, who was sentenced to death in California for the murder of four women and a 12-year-old girl, has been indicted for two additional murders in Manhattan. Cornelia Michel Crilley was found raped and strangled in her upper East Side apartment in 1971. Ellen Hover disappeared in 1977. Her remains were found about a year later in Westchester County.

Alcala has been linked to Crilley via a dental impression left on the victim. The connection to Hover has not yet been revealed.

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  • Cynthia says:

    Need to change the main headline on the search page. It says 4. I just watched the show about him. Way more than four women and one child. Plus the attempted murder and rape of a child, of which he received life, only to serve months.
    I always wish I could hear what the people who release criminals like Rodney, have to say for themselves. Those other deaths are on them, too!

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