It is just me or you too found the uncanny similarity
between a virus and a serial killer; I mean they both are deadly and need to be
contained before they kill masses!
Related: Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer – Stream It or Skip It?
As we are currently fighting COVID-19 and its new variant,
we are up against an enemy who’s at large and chooses victim at random to decide
who’re supposed to live and who should die… this situation is very much alike
of what life had been in 1986 in Los Angeles when a psychotic killer went on a
Netflix docu-series “Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer’ is based on a serial
killer who once terrorized the entire city of Los Angeles in 1986. The docu-series
is a true-crime story that follows two detectives who won’t rest until they
find the culprit behind seemingly disconnected murders and sexual assaults in
Dubbed as “Night Stalker,” Richard Ramirez is
deemed as one of the most notorious serial killers in the U.S history, who
killed at least 14 people and tortured and raped at least a dozen more.
Here is everything you need to know about Richard Ramirez
(The Night Stalker); the details about his trouble childhood, mental state and
victims, which may or may not have been mentioned in the Netflix ‘Night
Ramirez was strongly influenced by his Veteran older cousin
A 12-year-old Richard was strongly inspired by Miguel Ramirez,
his older cousin, a decorated U.S Army Green Beret combat veteran. Miguel often
shared his ghastly exploits and stories at the time of the Vietnam War with his
He shared pictures of his victims that also include women in
Vietnam he had raped during wartime. He also taught Ramirez some of his
military skills, including attacking with stealth, he later used the same
method on one of his victims.
Check out the actual murder footage of Rapper Mo3 on Dallas Highway.
believed in Satanism
Richard Ramirez cultivated an interest in Satanism and
started calling himself a Satan. He was a heavy drug user who started smoking
marijuana when he was 10. He never expressed any guilt or remorse for his
inhuman crimes. Psychiatrist Michael H. Stone described him as a “made”
psychopath instead of a “born” psychopath. He developed epilepsy when
he was a child and also suffered from a schizoid personality disorder.
His Satanism belief later became a calling card for
detectives who were trailing the seemingly unrelated murders and sexual assault
incidents across the city.
On July 7, 1985, Ramirez broke into the home of Sophie
Dickman. He assaulted her and attempted to rape her. While stealing from her,
Dickman swore to him that he had taken everything she had of value, to which he
replied, “Swear on Satan.” He made several of his victims swear on
Satan, which helped detectives link all the murders, rape, and burglary
Related: Azealla Bank’s video of dead cat assault.
raped a woman in front of her 3-year-old child
On August 8, 1985, Ramirez broke into the house of Sakina
Abowath and her husband Elyas Abowath while they were sleeping. He immediately
killed the sleeping husband with a shot on his head and assaulted Sakina to
reveal the family’s valuable items’ whereabouts and brutally raped her. Upon
listening to his mother’s screams, the couple’s 3-year-old son entered the
bedroom, Ramirez tied up the toddler with a chair and continued rapping her
mother. After stealing their valuables, he left their home with mother and son
Ramirez was different than any other serial killers
Ramirez was different from any other serial killers. He
followed no pattern and randomly chose his victims. Serial killers usually
prefer to target a specific gender or people of the same age or similar
profession. Richard Ramirez didn’t have any kind; he just moved around the city
and randomly picked his victims.
Related: The girl with the dragon tattoo – stream it and skip it.
That’s the reason why media started referring to him as a “Night
Netflix’s four-part docu-series Night Stalker: The Hunt of a Serial Killer is currently streaming
Check out the trailer here: