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On January 15, 1974, Rader killed four members of the Otero family in their home—Joseph and Julie Otero and two of their children, Josephine and Joseph Jr. They died by strangulation, and Rader took a watch and a radio from the home.

This was the N. Edgemoor Street home of the Otero family, four members of which died there at the hands of notorious Wichita serial killer Dennis Rader, also known as the BTK killer.

A.K.A.: "The BTK killer" Classification: Serial killer Characteristics: Sadist - Fetishist Number of victims: 10 Date of murders: 1974 - 1991 Date of arrest: February 25, 2005 Date of birth: March 9, 1945 Victims profile: Joseph Otero, 38, his wife Julie, 34, and two of their children: Joseph II, 9, and Josephine, 11 / Kathryn Bright, 21 / Shirley Vian, 24 / Nancy Fox, 25 / Marine Hedge, 53 / Vicki Wegerle, 28 / Dolores E. Davis, 62 Method of murder: Ligature strangulation - Stabbing with knife

The oldest of four sons, Rader grew up in Wichita, Kansas. There may have been signs of trouble early on as a Los Angeles Times report stated that he used to hang stray cats as a child.

dennis rader crime scene | Wichita, KS Dennis Rader: Bind, Torture, Kill

The residence of Vicki Wegerle - victim of the BTK Killer, Dennis Rader

Some Serial Killers and their IQ's. I keep wondering what their Emotional Intelligence levels were...

Dennis Rader: He was known as the BTK killer, which stands for Bind, Torture and Kill, an apt description of his modus operandi.

Rader is an American serial killer who murdered at least 10 people in Sedgwick County (in and around Wichita), Kansas, between 1974 and 1991. He was known as the BTK killer (or the BTK strangler), which stands for Bind, Torture and Kill, an apt description of his modus operandi. Letters were written soon after the killings to police and to local news outlets, boasting of the crimes and knowledge of details.