The infamous BTK serial killer is pouring chilly water on the thought — floated by his personal daughter — that he has a hyperlink to Idaho homicide suspect Bryan Kohberger.
BTK fired off an electronic mail to TMZ from jail after we reached out to him a few latest NewsNation article … claiming Kohberger might have communicated with him by way of DeSales University professor Katherine Ramsland.
Kohberger, a Washington State University grad scholar, had beforehand studied at DeSales beneath Ramsland, who’s additionally a well-known true crime creator and penned a ebook in regards to the BTK killer.
In his January 5 message to us, BTK says, “No on Kohberger throughout,” in response to his daughter, Kerri Rawson, telling NN reporter Brian Entin she was “fairly shocked” there was “probably a connection to my father.”
Rawson additionally mentioned she thought Bryan was possible influenced by BTK since he studied beneath Ramsland.
On this level, BTK agreed, stating, “I had thought some one might have research me.” He additionally gave props to the Idaho investigators for nabbing a suspect, that means Kohberger.
BTK went on to share his private torment about not connecting along with his household. “My household do not talk with me in any respect. I like all of them very a lot and [would] be glad if one did.”
As you recognize … BTK (actual identify: Dennis Rader) killed ten individuals throughout his sexually motivated, sadomasochistic rampage in Wichita, Kansas, from 1974 to 1991. He wrote taunting letters to the media, giving himself the moniker, “Bind, Torture, Kill.”
He was lastly captured in 2005 and confessed to the slayings, resulting in his conviction. He is presently serving ten life sentences — one for every of his murders.
We’ve reached out to Ramsland, who declined to remark.