TIL that serial killer Richard Cottingham worked in the same office as another serial killer, Rodney Alcala, in 1969, though the two denied being aware of each other. by whatilearned April 28, 2022, 11:09 pm Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Cottingham What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AlcalaawareCottinghamdeniedkillerofficeRichardRodneyserialTILToday I learnedworked See more Previous article TIL Nathaniel Hawthorne, author of The Scarlet Letter, was a direct descendant of one of the judges who served in the Salem 1690s witch trials. Next article My friend ask me,”Has your son decided what he wants to be when he grows up?” 10 Comments Leave a Reply Of course it was fucking health insurance. Where else would a sadist want to work? In October 1966 he went to work as a computer operator at Blue Cross Blue Shield Association in New York until his arrest in 1980. At Blue Cross, Cottingham worked in the same office with fugitive serial killer Rodney Alcala, the “Dating Game Killer”, who was in New York in 1969 under the alias “John Berger”, but neither of them claimed to have been aware of each other nor is there any evidence they were familiar with one another prior to either’s arrest. Log in to Reply I blame the office Log in to Reply Makes one wonder about the cynical psychopath who owns the office. Log in to Reply I worked with a serial killer once. That was before I killed him. Log in to Reply Hey, I worked there, too. What a coincidence. I never got caught, though. Log in to Reply Alcala studied under Roman Polanski… that tracks. They probably were a part of NAMBLA together /s Log in to Reply Creed also worked in that office in 1969 but was never caught. Log in to Reply So now we there’s a chance of two serial killers being in the same car. Log in to Reply So. Nothing to do with this, but… When do we get to a point where being a long term serial killer in the US is pretty much impossible? Are we there yet? I’m just thinking, technology, DNA, etc. Yeah, there are still plenty of unsolved murders, plenty of missing people, but, at some point tech is going to be such that getting away with multiple murders over a long period of time is going to be a thing of the past, right? Log in to Reply This would’ve been one hell of a crossover. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.