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Is Dennis Rader, infamously known as the BTK Killer, responsible for more murders than we initially thought? This is the chilling question that lingers as new evidence comes to light, potentially linking him to several unsolved cases.
On a recent episode of the podcast "Hidden Killers", Osage County, Oklahoma undersheriff Gary Upton delved deep into the newly reinvigorated investigation of Dennis Rader. As Tony Brueski, the podcast host, noted, this is a topic that many may have seen on television or read brief excerpts about. But in this podcast episode, Upton offered comprehensive insights, painting a picture much grimmer than the condensed news bites have so far revealed.
Dennis Rader, who termed himself the BTK Killer (Bind, Torture, Kill), is already incarcerated for the heinous murders of ten individuals. However, the Osage County Sheriff's Office believes there might be more. Upton discussed the case of Cynthia Dawn Kinney, a 16-year-old cheerleader abducted in broad daylight in 1976, suggesting that clues point towards Rader.
Brueski asked, “Why now?”. Upton explained that in December 2022, their sheriff stumbled upon a Netflix documentary titled Catching Killers, specifically an episode about the BTK Killer. A series of connections were made – the proximity of Wichita and Park City to Pahuska, Rader's employment with ADT (a major alarm installation company at the time), and a journal entry by Rader from 1976 that ominously hints at a “bad wash day”.
Upton unveiled a series of connections, from his journal entries hinting at the unsolved crimes to physical evidence. They discovered Polaroid pictures of Rader in women's clothing, potentially the clothing of his victims. The red blanket from a case near Muskogee, which matches a blanket Rader was photographed with, is of particular interest.
Another alarming connection was with Shauna Beth Garber from Anderson, Missouri. Upton expressed strong suspicion about four cases, but suggested that other agencies believe there could be up to ten additional victims.
Kerry Rawson, the daughter of the BTK Killer, also weighed in with valuable insights that aid the ongoing investigation. With agencies across various jurisdictions coming forward, the scope of this investigation is expansive.
Upton discussed a significant breakthrough at the former property of Rader in Park City, Kansas. Acting on a lead from Rader's correspondence with a fan, investigators dug up a mason jar buried beneath a shed, containing damning evidence.
As Upton said, "Everyone that I've talked to believes definitely 100%. He killed more than 10 people." This statement, in its haunting certainty, casts a dark shadow over the already grim legacy of the BTK Killer.
The podcast also touched upon challenges the team faces – from decades-old evidence to the complexities of linking seemingly unrelated pieces together. However, the dedication of the Osage County Sheriff's Office, combined with the gravity of the crimes, ensures that every lead will be meticulously explored.
The conversation with Undersheriff Gary Upton serves as a testament to the dedication of law enforcement officers who tirelessly work on cold cases, bringing justice to victims and their families, no matter how much time has passed.
To close, we're left with an unsettling question: If the evidence has been sitting there for decades, what other dark secrets might the BTK Killer hold?
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Is Dennis Rader, infamously known as the BTK Killer, responsible for more murders than we initially thought? This is the chilling question that lingers as new evidence comes to light, potentially linking him to several unsolved cases.
On a recent episode of the podcast "Hidden Killers", Osage County, Oklahoma undersheriff Gary Upton delved deep into the newly reinvigorated investigation of Dennis Rader. As Tony Brueski, the podcast host, noted, this is a topic that many may have seen on television or read brief excerpts about. But in this podcast episode, Upton offered comprehensive insights, painting a picture much grimmer than the condensed news bites have so far revealed.
Dennis Rader, who termed himself the BTK Killer (Bind, Torture, Kill), is already incarcerated for the heinous murders of ten individuals. However, the Osage County Sheriff's Office believes there might be more. Upton discussed the case of Cynthia Dawn Kinney, a 16-year-old cheerleader abducted in broad daylight in 1976, suggesting that clues point towards Rader.
Brueski asked, “Why now?”. Upton explained that in December 2022, their sheriff stumbled upon a Netflix documentary titled Catching Killers, specifically an episode about the BTK Killer. A series of connections were made – the proximity of Wichita and Park City to Pahuska, Rader's employment with ADT (a major alarm installation company at the time), and a journal entry by Rader from 1976 that ominously hints at a “bad wash day”.
Upton unveiled a series of connections, from his journal entries hinting at the unsolved crimes to physical evidence. They discovered Polaroid pictures of Rader in women's clothing, potentially the clothing of his victims. The red blanket from a case near Muskogee, which matches a blanket Rader was photographed with, is of particular interest.
Another alarming connection was with Shauna Beth Garber from Anderson, Missouri. Upton expressed strong suspicion about four cases, but suggested that other agencies believe there could be up to ten additional victims.
Kerry Rawson, the daughter of the BTK Killer, also weighed in with valuable insights that aid the ongoing investigation. With agencies across various jurisdictions coming forward, the scope of this investigation is expansive.
Upton discussed a significant breakthrough at the former property of Rader in Park City, Kansas. Acting on a lead from Rader's correspondence with a fan, investigators dug up a mason jar buried beneath a shed, containing damning evidence.
As Upton said, "Everyone that I've talked to believes definitely 100%. He killed more than 10 people." This statement, in its haunting certainty, casts a dark shadow over the already grim legacy of the BTK Killer.
The podcast also touched upon challenges the team faces – from decades-old evidence to the complexities of linking seemingly unrelated pieces together. However, the dedication of the Osage County Sheriff's Office, combined with the gravity of the crimes, ensures that every lead will be meticulously explored.
The conversation with Undersheriff Gary Upton serves as a testament to the dedication of law enforcement officers who tirelessly work on cold cases, bringing justice to victims and their families, no matter how much time has passed.
To close, we're left with an unsettling question: If the evidence has been sitting there for decades, what other dark secrets might the BTK Killer hold?
Want to listen to ALL of our podcasts AD-FREE? Subscribe through APPLE PODCASTS, and try it for three days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj
Follow Our Other Cases: https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
The latest on Catching the Long Island Serial Killer, Awaiting Admission: BTK’s Unconfessed Crimes, Chad & Lori Daybell, The Murder of Ana Walshe, Alex Murdaugh, Bryan Kohberger, Lucy Letby, Kouri Richins, Justice for Harmony Montgomery, The Murder of Stephen Smith, The Murder of Madeline Kingsbury, and much more! Listen at https://www.truecrimetodaypod.com
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