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BTK serial killer Dennis Rader who murdered 10 people in 20-year killing spree describes himself as 'a good person

BTK killer Dennis Rader who killed 10 describes himself as 'a good person who did some bad

Dennis Rader (pictured left in 2019), the unsuspecting church leader and  family man later identified as Wichita's prolific BTK killer, simultaneously thinks of himself as a 'monster' and a 'good person who did some bad things,' according to a forensic psychologist who corresponded with him in code for nearly a decade. In 2005, then 60-year-old Dennis Rader - who gave himself the moniker 'BTK,' which stood for 'bind, torture, kill' - pleaded guilty to killing ten people between 1974 to 1991 to sate his sexual sadism. Forensic psychologist Dr. Katherine Ramsland corresponded with the locked-up killer for over a decade in coded letters to better understand what drove the outwardly-ordinary man to kill. Now, Ramsland is sharing her insights about the killer in a new A&E docuseries, 'BTK: Confession of a Serial Killer,' which aired on January 8. Rader is pictured right dressed as one of his victims in a chilling photo uncovered by police after his 2005 arrest.