Dating game contestant serial killer
Incredibly, he had already served time in prison for sexual assault before appearing on , had served time and they let him go on national television,” she told Inside Edition.
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A bachelor looking for love on ‘The Dating Game’ in the 1970s, who wound up sitting next to a serial killer during the show, remains haunted by the encounter nearly 40 years later.
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