Richard Chase was one disturbed serial killer. Various organs had been removed and her stomach was cut open. When he refused, the roommates moved out instead. He began killing and disemboweling rabbits and ate the entrails raw. Chase dismembered, ate, and drank the blood of animals long before he committed his first murder.
Chase admitted that when seeking a kill, he searched for an unlocked house. After undergoing a battery of treatments involving drugs, Chase was deemed no longer a danger to society; and, later in 1976, he was released to his mother's custody. He claimed he obtained the syringes from cracking open the disposable boxes left in the doctor's offices. Chase also believed that his cranial bones had become separated and were moving around, so he shaved his head in order to watch this activity. When he was released from the mental hospital he was caught with a rifle and a dead cow.
One time he was allowed to be out on his own and Chase purchased or stole dogs and cats to drink their blood. There is something dark about this foreshadowing that happens all-too-often in life—when a simple joke turns into something that someone ends up living out to a shocking degree of accuracy for the rest of their lives. He was found dead in his jail cell the day after Christmas in 1980. Serial Killer - Richard Trenton Chase The Vampire of Sacramento - Documentary Richard Trenton Chase was an American schizophrenic serial killer who. This led to sexual frustration because he couldn't maintain a relationship. In the end, after five hours of deliberation, the jury took the side of the prosecution.
When he saw the officers, he ran. This delusion was so great that he was committed and diagnosed with schizophrenia and somatic delusions in 1976, which were largely the cause of his hypochondria. Left unchecked and without medication, Chase's mental disorders escalated from the need for animal organs and blood to human organs and blood. Chase's roommates complained that he was constantly high on , , and. It is not known if he did this on his own accord or if the other inmates ha actually convinced him.
Chase later told police that he brought the dead infant to his apartment. This serial series lasted 3 months before he was apprehended. In order to avoid the death penalty, the defense tried to have him found guilty of second degree murder, which would result in a life sentence. He then had while stabbing her with a butcher knife. In the late 1960s, at 18 years old, his internal anger was already so intense that a psychiatrist diagnosed him with erectile dysfunction citing his suppressed rage as a direct cause. By the age of ten, while the rest of us were playing kickball and having fun with our friends on the jungle gym, Richard Chase was already killing and so he could drink their blood, an obsession which would follow him throughout the rest of his life. He was also caught extracting blood from the therapy dog and injecting it into himself.
On January 23, 1978, Teresa Wallin, pregnant and at home alone, was taking out the garbage when Chase entered through her unlocked front door. Chase was promptly diagnosed with paranoid. His body was smeared with blood and a bucket of blood was found in his truck. They also discovered that he had taken a cow liver and removed it, placing it in a bucket and smearing the blood on his naked body. Their case hinged on Chase's history of and the suggestion that his crimes were not premeditated.
The blood was determined to be cow's blood, and no charges were filed. According to records, Chase would shoot the animals and then drink their blood. He did not have a specific body type or any physical features that he favored. When he refused, the roommates moved out instead. In 1975, Chase was involuntarily committed to a mental institution after being taken to a hospital after injecting rabbit's blood into his veins.
He would complain that on occasion his heart had stopped beating. Chase was nearby, nude and smeared with blood. His second victim, Teresa Wallin, occurred nearly a month later. He became a drug user and regularly exhibited symptoms of delusional thinking. However, in 1975, Chase suffering from blood poisoning after injecting the blood of a rabbit into his veins, was involuntarily hospitalized and diagnosed with schizophrenia. Alongside his necrophilic tendencies, Chase was a coprophiliac, meaning he had a compulsive obsession with the ingestion of human feces.