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In September 1978, Alcala participated in ‘The Dating Game’ as Bachelor No. Alcala was in his element in the public eye, clearly feeling pretty smug about his deception of law enforcement and the public.
Host Jim Lange introduced Alcala with this description:“A successful photographer who got his start when his father found him in the darkroom at the age of 13, fully developed.”This wouldn’t have been as funny if they had known that Alcala was was actively killing women when he wasn’t participating in game shows.
Robin said okay, however, when a neighbour appeared and asked the girls if everything was okay, the man looked as though he had seen a ghost.
Before they knew it, he had grabbed his camera and was gone.
Alcala was not happy with the rejection, to say the least.
It was summer in Southern California and 12-year-old Robin Samsoe was having a pretty great time.
He created an identity as a charming and charismatic fashion photographer with a job at the Los Angeles Times as a typesetter (who also happened to be a convicted sex offender, but he was very successful at keeping this under wraps).
He also managed to convince his parole officer in LA to let him travel to New York to ‘visit family’ (very bad move).
She got away, telling the police she had been kidnapped.On searching the apartment, police found it belonged to UCLA student Rodney Alcala. He took on a new identity as ‘John Berger’ and went to New York, where he enrolled in NYU Film School. While at NYU, he met Roman Polanski, who trained him in photography, a vital skill which Alcala would later use to lure and trap his victims.Also discovered in the apartment was photography equipment and many pictures of young girls. Alcala also got a job as a camp counsellor at an arts camp for girls in New Hampshire.A short note before I get started: the timeline for this case is kind of all over the place. After his father left, his mother moved the family to Los Angeles.To really understand the full extent of Alcala’s horrific crimes, I recommend reading this from beginning to end. In 1960, when Rodney was 17, he joined the US Army.
As luck would have it, another driver saw Tali being lured into a car with no licence plates and instantly got a bad feeling about it.