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Photos Taken by Serial Killer Elicit Hundreds of Tips

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Fearing that women posing in a stash of hundreds of photos taken by convicted serial killer Rodney Alcala, Police last week released the photos, hoping to identify the women and find out if their contact with Alcala ended fatally as it did with five Southern Californian women. Of the hundreds of calls and photos, six are potentially linked to missing women. Alcala was a one-time photographer and "Dating Game" contestant.