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The Orange County District Attorney's Office and Huntington Beach Police Department are asking for the public's help in identifying dozens of women and children featured in over 100 photographs found in the Seattle storage locker of serial killer Rodney James Alcala, 66, in 1979.

Serial Killer Rodney Alcala's Photographs

The Orange County District Attorney's Office and Huntington Beach Police Department are asking for the public's help in identifying dozens of women and children featured in over 100 photographs found in the Seattle storage locker of serial killer Rodney James Alcala, 66, in 1979.

Photographs taken by serial killer Rodney Alcala. These images were released in 2010 by The Orange County District Attorney’s Office and Huntington Beach Police Department in hopes of the young women being identified. Police believe it is highly likely that some of those pictured above were murdered. There were reportedly another 900 photographs that couldn’t be released due to the sexually explicit content.  Alcala murdered, raped and tortured anywhere between five and a hundred women.

Photographs taken by serial killer Rodney Alcala. These images were released in 2010 by The Orange County District Attorney’s Office and Huntington Beach Police Department in hopes of the young women being identified. Police believe it is highly likely that some of those pictured above were murdered. There were reportedly another 900 photographs that couldn’t be released due to the sexually explicit content. Alcala murdered, raped and tortured anywhere between five and a hundred women.

​In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala. Many of the subjects are unidentified to this day.

​In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala. Many of the subjects are unidentified to this day.

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After this conviction, Huntington Beach police decided to release some of Alcala's photos, recovered from a storage space registered to him in Seattle. They also sent over 200 photos whose backgrounds looked like they could have been taken in and around Manhattan to the NYPD. Recognize the person in this photo? Please contact Huntington Beach, Calif., Police Det. Patrick Ellis at 714-375-5066 or pellis@hbpd.org.

After this conviction, Huntington Beach police decided to release some of Alcala's photos, recovered from a storage space registered to him in Seattle. They also sent over 200 photos whose backgrounds looked like they could have been taken in and around Manhattan to the NYPD. Recognize the person in this photo? Please contact Huntington Beach, Calif., Police Det. Patrick Ellis at 714-375-5066 or pellis@hbpd.org.

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​In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of unidentified women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala.

​In 1979, Huntington Beach Police found hundreds of photographs of unidentified women taken by a murderer named Rodney Alcala.

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Huntington Beach police Crime Scene Investigator vehicle is seen at the family home of Denise Huskins in Huntington Beach, California March 25, 2015. Denise Huskins, 30, was reported to have been forcibly taken from her boyfriend's home in the East Bay city of Vallejo on Monday, and her boyfriend told authorities there had been a demand for ransom, police said on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Huskins turned up in the Orange County coastal town of Huntington Beach, about 35 miles south of Los…

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Huntington Beach police Crime Scene Investigator vehicle is seen at the family home of Denise Huskins in Huntington Beach, California March 25, 2015. Denise Huskins, 30, was reported to have been forcibly taken from her boyfriend's home in the East Bay city of Vallejo on Monday, and her boyfriend told authorities there had been a demand for ransom, police said on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Huskins turned up in the Orange County coastal town of Huntington Beach, about 35 miles south of Los…

Serial killer's secret photos-After this conviction, Huntington Beach police decided to release some of Alcala's photos, recovered from a storage space registered to him in Seattle. They also sent over 200 photos whose backgrounds looked like they could have been taken in and around Manhattan to the NYPD. Recognize the person in this photo? Please contact Huntington Beach, Calif., Police Det. Patrick Ellis at 714-375-5066 or pellis@hbpd.org.

Serial killer's secret photos-After this conviction, Huntington Beach police decided to release some of Alcala's photos, recovered from a storage space registered to him in Seattle. They also sent over 200 photos whose backgrounds looked like they could have been taken in and around Manhattan to the NYPD. Recognize the person in this photo? Please contact Huntington Beach, Calif., Police Det. Patrick Ellis at 714-375-5066 or pellis@hbpd.org.