“I personally think, and I know it’s not very Christian, but I actually think it’s a demon that’s within me. At some point and time, it entered me when I was young. And it basically controlled me.”

The confession above came from a devout family man and Church President who murdered 10 people in cold blood, including two children which spread fear across Wichita, Kansas, beginning in the 1970s.

Dennis Rader, 73-year-old, who dubbed himself “BTK” (Bind, Torture, Kill) pleaded guilty in 2005 for the deaths in which he “trolled” for victims, including his neighbors that he then shot, stabbed or strangled.

Here is a picture of Radar, the self-professed demon possessed carcass dressed up as one of his victims.

A new documentary on Oxygen Network titled “Snapped: Notorious BTK Serial Killer” will be airing on Sept. 2 to show the sick life of the man who posed as a seemingly normal dude by day, but brutally slaughtered people by night.

Rader said his problems began in grade school, with his sexual fantasies that were “just a little bit weirder” than other people’s.

“Somewhere along the line, someone had to pick something up from me somewhere that there was a problem,” he said. “They should have identified it.”

Radar meticulously stalked his victims, learned their pattern and chose them on a set of criteria. People who knew him said that he loved to exert his authority and control over others and was very focused on the rules to the point of being overzealous in his actions.

He was eventually caught as a result of mistakes like after hanging the girl, he masturbated on her legs, leading to his DNA being recovered which was compared in 2005 with a sample that the police managed to obtain from Rader’s own daughter.

Radar claims that all serial killers in history have what he calls the Factor X in common, which is this demon, making them to do things that they cannot control.

Here is an alleged drawing that the killer did who he said drove him to kill. He named him “batter”.

Pin It on Pinterest