Collectors are eagerly buying "murderabilia" associated with Dennis Rader, Wichita's BTK killer, the Eagle reports. Sadly, there's a whole subculture out there devoted to this crap. In Rader's case, they're even selling dirt samples from his old home. An attorney for BTK victims says that Rader is actually reluctant to respond to letter-writers because so many want to sell his responses. There's no evidence that Rader is tied to any efforts to sell these items.
Which is an extraordinary feat, if you think about it. The murderabilia collectors have made Rader, a power-hungry coward who murdered 10 people, look classy in comparison.