Society & Culture:History
Episode 17: Richard Ramirez & Nightstalker
Between June of 1984 and August of 1985, a spree of home invasion robberies, rapes, and murders terrified residents of Los Angeles and San Francisco. The killer was given the nicknames “The Valley Intruder”, “The Walk-In Killer”, and most famously, “The Night Stalker.”
The brutal crimes and twisted motives of Richard Ramirez have inspired a number of big and small screen adaptations, including the 2002 horror film, “Nightstalker”.
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