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Between 1974 and 1991, Dennis Rader murdered 10 people around Wichita, Kansas under the moniker BTK Killer, standing for “Bind, Torture, Kill.”

Although Rader’s modus operandi and victim selection didn’t fit a distinct pattern, one piece of evidence appeared to connect the crime scenes — intricate knots used to bind and control the victims.

“Those square knots just screamed out to the investigators, ‘I know I’m just a little knot, but look at me. I’ve got something important to tell you about this killer.’ This is the signature mark of BTK,” Ray Lundin from the Kansas Bureau of Investigation told “Mark of a Killer,” airing Saturdays at 7/6c on Oxygen.

Read the full article on Oxygen 


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