Notorious serial killer Dennis Rader, known as the “BTK Killer,” revealed what drove him to kill 10 people in a documentary which aired on the Oxygen network on September 2.
Rader, 73, talked about his upbringing in “Snapped: Notorious BTK Serial Killer,” a two-hour documentary which explored how—and why—a seemingly normal family man carried out heinous murders over a 17-year period in Wichita, Kansas.
In a never-before-seen interview shown in the documentary, Rader told KAKE-TV reporter Larry Hatteberg in 2005 that a “demon” inside of him caused him to kill 10 people, which included two children. He claimed the demon came into his life when he was a child.
“I mean, I have a lot of feelings for them,” he said of his victims. “I guess it’s more of an achievement for this object in the hunt. Or sort of more of a high, I guess.”
Rader went on to recount an instance