Nearly five years after he was sent to prison for the murders of 10 people, Dennis Rader's name is a staple on a handful of websites, like this one, selling collectibles related to serial killers.
Nearly five years after he was sent to prison for the murders of 10 people, Dennis Rader's name is a staple on a handful of websites, like this one, selling collectibles related to serial killers. Courtesy image
Nearly five years after he was sent to prison for the murders of 10 people, Dennis Rader's name is a staple on a handful of websites, like this one, selling collectibles related to serial killers. Courtesy image

BTK 'murderabilia' up for sale

May 02, 2010 12:00 AM

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