“Kerri Rawson couldn’t breathe. It was early afternoon on February 25, 2005, and an FBI agent stood in her kitchen, his back to the microwave, a chocolate Bundt cake she baked the night before on the counter next to him.
“”Is your father Dennis Rader?” the agent questioned. “He’s been arrested. Your dad is wanted for murders in Kansas.”
“It didn’t seem possible. Her dad—her Boy Scout-leading, church-ushering, stamp-collecting dad—one of the most notorious, most feared, and most disturbed men in American history?
“But seven hours later, Rader began confessing to terrorizing and murdering residents of Wichita, Kansas, for 17 years using the moniker “BTK,” an acronym for “bind, torture, kill.””
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