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Though Alcala won the contest, the female contestant wouldn't go on a date with him because she thought he was "creepy".
Criminal profiler Pat Brown later suggested that this rejection angered Alcala further since he afterward killed at least three more women within two years.
He confessed to knowing Hover but denied committing the murder.
When he was 12, he, his mother Anna Maria Gutierrez, and his sisters, Christine and Marie, moved to suburban Los Angeles. In the summer, he worked as a counselor at a drama camp for children in New Hampshire.
Because Shapiro's family had moved to Mexico and wouldn't let their daughter testify, Alcala got off with a guilty plea for a lesser assault charge.
He received indeterminate sentencing, which meant he would be released from incarceration when he proved himself rehabilitated (the system was popular in the 1970s when sex offenders were convicted).
Her datebook showed that she had a meeting with one "John Berger", Alcala's alias, on the date of her disappearance. A., Alcala got a job as a typesetter for the Los Angeles Times.
When the FBI connected him to his old alias, they questioned him.