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Pseudonym formerly used to refer to the Golden State Killer

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Visalia Ransacker: Pseudonym formerly used to refer to the Golden State Killer
The Visalia Ransacker is a nickname given to a serial prowler, voyeur, burglar, and murderer who operated in Visalia, California in the mid-1970s. He is suspected to have committed around 120 crimes. In most of his crimes, the Ransacker would break into a single-family home and tear apart the interior while stealing only small items. Within the law enforcement community, it is believed that the Ransacker's crime spree began in March 1974 and ended in late 1975, the majority of his crimes having been committed near the College of the Sequoias. There is increasing evidence that the Ransacker moved away from Visalia shortly after he committed his only murder, then eventually became the East Area Rapist and the Original Night Stalker, now referred to as the Golden State Killer. In 2018, Joseph James DeAngelo was arrested as a suspect in the case, and was later charged with the 1st degree murder of Claude Snelling.

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