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Joseph James DeAngelo2C Jr is not The Visalia Ransacker the East Area Rapist or the Golden State Killer - the real killer is still alive this is him in 1999 - he lived in the Mooney Grove trailer park0 views todayJoseph James DeAngelo, Jr is not The Visalia Ransacker the East Area Rapist or the Golden State Killer - the real killer is still alive this is him in 1999 - he lived in the Mooney Grove trailer park

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Beginning on April 6th, 1974, an unidentified male began a series of serial burglaries in and around Visalia, California until December 10th, 1975. Generally, single-story residences were targeted. Inside, homes were rummaged and torn apart, but small items that weren't of much value were typically stolen.
These reported break-ins hardly received attention across the press and news on television. In other words, the crimes went under the radar. During the majority of the intrusions, nobody was necessarily harmed in a physical manner until September 11th, 1975, when his crime spree escalated for unknown reasons. By now, although not receiving much press, some newspapers dubbed the intruder, The Visalia Ransacker.
In the late hours of the night on September 11th, the home of Claude Snelling -- a professor teaching journalism at College of the Sequoias -- was broken into. The sound of loud and strange noises echoing throughout the home awoke Claude. Once he was able to wipe the sleep from under his eyes, he went to check on the commotion. That is when he noticed a masked trespasser attempting to abduct his teenage daughter, Beth Snelling.
The Visalia Ransacker was already outside in the backyard dragging Beth in hand when Claude heroically came to his daughter's aid. The intruder threw Beth aside in a panic, pulled out a gun, and shot Claude Snelling in the stomach before fleeing. The wound proved fatal and Claude died in the back patio after rescuing his daughter from the monster.
Prior to this tragic home invasion, the Visalia Ransacker had allegedly attacked 84 homes, and this occasion was the first abduction and murder reported.
It was this event that finally prompted law enforcement to perform stakeouts with hopes of catching the thief and killer. Different officers were designated to various neighborhoods that had been previously ransacked. However, despite neighbors and police being on high alert, the intruder managed to continue his invasions in an uncanny fashion ten more times between the dates of September 22nd, 1975 - December 10th, 1975.
The Visalia Ransacker continued relishing in his abilities, growing more confident by the day without being apprehended, but on December 10th, Detective William McGowen witnessed a suspicious male walking through the neighborhood he was patrolling.
McGowen attempted to confront the man for questioning, and that's when the stranger pulled out a gun and shot at the detective. Shockingly, the bullet fired struck McGowen's flashlight, ultimately knocking him on his back and shattering the glass. Miraculously, he was unharmed, but the perpetrator managed to escape.
It's not necessarily confirmed the shooter was and is the Visalia Ransacker, but it's the leading assumption. Interestingly, Detective McGowen was able to get a glimpse of the man. Apparently, the individual had a ski-mask on, but it was rolled up so his face was visible. According to him, the man seemed to have blonde hair and was approximately 5'9 - 5'10 in height. His age was estimated to be between 25-30 years old and he was rather chubby, perhaps weighing 190-200 pounds, but was incredibly agile.
For nearly two years, the Visalia Ransacker burglarized 94 homes. Authorities have estimated that number could be much larger, possibly 125 residences. Because of the large number, I am going to try my best to record a timeline of events. My hope is that a familiar pattern will emerge (by the way, I think I have found one). Also, I have never been to California, so if some of my information is wrong, please let me know. With this case, it needs to be as accurate as possible.
April 6, 1974. Saturday. Linda Vista St, Visalia, CA
April 6, 1974. Saturday. Whitney St, Visalia, CA
May 4, 1974. Saturday. South Dollner St, Visalia, CA
May 5, 1974. Sunday. West Feemster St, Visalia, CA
May 11, 1974. Saturday. Whitney St, Visalia, CA
May 11, 1974. Saturday. West Tulare St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 17, 1974. Friday. Emerald St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 17, 1974. Friday. Dartmouth St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 18, 1974. Saturday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 18, 1974. Saturday. West Feemster St, Visalia, CA
May 18, 1974. Saturday. West Howard St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 25, 1974. Saturday. Redwood St, Visalia, CA
May 25, 1974. Saturday. Sue Lane, Visalia, CA (New)
May 26, 1974. Sunday. South Sowell St, Visalia, CA
May 26, 1974. Sunday. West Howard St, Visalia, CA
May 26, 1974. Sunday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
May 26, 1974. Sunday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
June 23, 1974. Saturday. South Conyer St, Visalia, California
Strangely, a three-month break occurs. How come? Is the criminal a teenager on break for summer vacation, thus not attacking due to more people being outside late in the evening?
September 14, 1974. Saturday. Princeton St, Visalia, CA (New)
October 4, 1974. Friday. South Grant St, Visalia, CA (New)
October 19, 1974. Saturday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
October 19, 1974. Saturday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
October 19, 1974. Saturday. South Oak Park St, Visalia, CA (New)
October 23, 1974. Wednesday. South Giddings St, Visalia, CA (New)
October 23, 1974. Wednesday. South Oak Park St, Visalia, CA
Those two attacks occurring on October 23rd were on a Wednesday, which is uncharacteristic to the Ransacker's pattern. Why? Could these attacks be that of a high schooler or first-year grad student? Most of his burglaries happened on the weekend. That could possibly explain his extensive traveling on occasion. Also, I'm curious what compelled the individual to deviate from his typical M.O. in terms of days. Uncontrollable urges? Frustration?
November 1, 1974. Friday. Vassar St, Visalia, CA (New)
November 1, 1974. Friday. South Giddings St, Visalia, CA
November 1, 1974. Friday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
November 1, 1974. Friday. Vassar St, Visalia, CA
November 1, 1974. Friday. West Paradise St, Visalia, CA (New)
Side note: There is confusion on locales from my point of view. From what I've read, there are two "Vassar Streets." One is located in Pomona, CA, while another is supposedly in Bakersfield, CA. The distance between the two locations is two hours and thirty minutes. I thought I'd mention that for clarification. To reiterate, I've never been to California, so I'm not accustomed to their city/street layout.
November 2, 1974. Saturday. Mountain St, Visalia, CA (New)
November 2, 1974. Saturday. West Laurel Road, Visalia, CA (New)
November 2, 1874. Saturday. Whitney St, Visalia, CA
November 29, 1974. Friday. Princeton St, Visalia, CA
November 29, 1974. Friday. West Tulare Rd, Visalia, CA
On November 30th, 1974, The Visalia Ransacker attacked 11 times in one day. From reports, it's the longest stretch of crimes in a single day from the perpetrator.
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Meadow Ln, Visalia, CA (New)
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Meadow Ln, Visalia, CA
November 30, 1974. Saturday. South Encina St, Visalia, CA (New)
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Paradise St, Visalia, CA
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Paradise St, Visalia, CA
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Paradise St, Visalia, CA
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Myrtle St, Visalia, CA (New)
November 30, 1974. Saturday. South Sowell St, Visalia, CA
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Kaweah St, Visalia, CA (New)
November 30, 1974. Saturday. West Kaweah St, Visalia, CA
December 14, 1974. Saturday. West Vassar St, Visalia, California (New)
December 14, 1974. Saturday. University Ave, Visalia, CA (New)
December 14, 1974. Saturday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
December 14, 1974. Saturday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
December 16, 1974. Monday. Seeger St, Visalia, CA (New)
The attack on December 16th, 1974, was the first to occur on a Monday throughout his spree. This would be his third committed crime taking place on a weekday. His last two took place on a Wednesday evening on October 23rd, 1974.
December 21, 1974. Saturday. West Meadow Ln, Visalia, CA
December 21, 1974. Saturday. West Iris Ln, Visalia, CA (New)
December 21, 1974. Saturday. South Fairway Ln, Visalia, CA (New)
December 21, 1974. Saturday. West College St, Visalia, CA (New)
December 22, 1974. Sunday. Laurel St, Visalia, CA (New)
December 22, 1974. Sunday. Terri Lane, Visalia, CA (New)
December 22, 1974. Sunday. South Divisadero, Visalia, CA (New)
December 22, 1974. Sunday. Fairview Ln, Visalia, CA
New Year
January 25, 1975. Saturday. Verde Vista, Visalia, CA (New)
January 25, 1975. Saturday. Pecan St, Visalia, CA (New)
February 2, 1975. Sunday. Whitney St, Visalia, CA
February 2, 1975. Sunday. Whitney St, Visalia, CA
February 2, 1975. Sunday. Gist St, Visalia, CA (New)
February 16, 1975. Sunday. Meadow Ln, Visalia, CA
February 16, 1975. Sunday. South Sowell St, Visalia, CA
February 16, 1975. Sunday. West Kaweah St, Visalia, CA
March 1, 1975. Saturday. West Howard St, Visalia, CA
The serial ransacker took another break for roughly three months as he did before. Why? He did start attacking in new areas from the beginning of 1975. Is it possible he was feeling uncomfortable with the locations and wanted more time to learn the best access points and escape exits?
May 24, 1975. Saturday. Mountain St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 24, 1975. Saturday. West Kaweah St, Visalia, CA
May 24, 1975. Saturday. Mountain St, Visalia, CA
May 24, 1975. Saturday. Redwood St, Visalia, CA (New)
May 31, 1975. Saturday. South Sowell St, Visalia, CA
July 25, 1975. Friday. Campus Ave, Visalia, CA (New)
July 25, 1975. Friday. Fairview Ln, Visalia, CA
August 1, 1975. Friday. Campus Ave, Visalia, CA
August 23, 1975. Saturday. West Howard St, Visalia, CA
August 23, 1975. Saturday. West Howard St, Visalia, CA
August 23, 1975. Saturday. West Feemster St, Visalia, CA
August 24, 1975. Sunday. Princeton St, Visalia, CA
August 24, 1975. Sunday. West Cambridge St, Visalia, CA
August 29, 1975. Friday. Dartmouth St, Visalia, CA
August 30, 1975. Saturday. Redwood St, Visalia, CA
August 31, 1975. Sunday. Royal Oaks, Visalia, CA (New)
September 11, 1975. Thursday. Whitney St, Visalia, CA. This was the night of the botched abduction of Beth Snelling and murder of her father, Professor Claude Snelling. Furthermore, this was the fourth attack that happened on a weekday and it was ultimately a tragic failure. Although the criminal was a regular in this specific area, the motivation to attempt a kidnapping isn't known.
September 22, 1975. Monday. Royal Oaks, Visalia, CA (5th-weekday attack).
October 24, 1975. Friday. Campus, Visalia, CA (New)
October 24, 1975. Friday. Campus, Visalia, CA
October 24, 1975. Friday. Redwood St, Visalia, CA
October 24, 1975. Friday. County Center Ave, Visalia, CA (New)
October 29, 1975. Wednesday. West Kaweah St, Visalia, CA (6th attack on a weekday).
November 2, 1975. Sunday. Country Ln, Visalia, CA (New)
November 2, 1975. Sunday. Country Ln, Visalia, CA
November 26, 1975. Wednesday. West Tulare Ln, Visalia, CA (7th-weekday attack)
December 10, 1975. Wednesday. West Laurel Ln, Visalia, CA (8th-weekday attack).
December 10, 1975. Wednesday. West Kaweah St, Visalia, CA (9th weekday and final attack from the Visalia Ransacker, involving the gunshot to Detective William McGowen).
From here, I am totaling the numbers of each street/lane/road attacked.
Linda Vista Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Whitney Street (5x) - Visalia, CA
South Dollner Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
West Feemster Street (3x) - Visalia, CA
West Tulare Street (3x) - Visalia, CA
Emerald Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Dartmouth Street (2x) - Visalia, CA
West Cambridge Street (10x) - Visalia, CA
West Howard Street (5x) - Visalia, CA
Redwood Street (3x) - Visalia, CA
Sue Lane (1x) - Visalia, CA
South Sowell Street (4x) - Visalia, CA
South Conyer Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Princeton Street (3x) - Visalia, CA
South Grant Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
South Oak Park Street (2x) - Visalia, CA
South Giddings Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Vassar St (2x) - Visalia, CA
West Paradise Street (3x) - Visalia, CA
Mountain Street (3x) - Visalia, CA
West Laurel Street (2x) - Visalia, CA
West Meadow Lane (3x) - Visalia, CA
South Encina (1x) - Visalia, CA
West Myrtle (1x) - Visalia, CA
West Kaweah Street (6x) - Visalia, CA
West Vassar Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
University (1x) - Visalia, CA
Seeger Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
West Iris Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
South Fairway Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
West College Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Laurel Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Terri Lane (1x) - Visalia, CA
South Divisadero (1x) - Visalia, CA
Fairview Lane (2x) - Visalia, CA
Verde Vista (1x) - Visalia, CA
Pecan Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Gist Street (1x) - Visalia, CA
Meadow Lane (1x) - Visalia, CA
Royal Oaks (2x) - Visalia, CA
Campus (4x) - Visalia, CA
County Center (1x) - Visalia, CA
County Lane (2x) - Visalia, CA
I understand the listing is rather repetitive in nature, but personally, it was the easiest way for me to make sense of the appalling stretch of crimes. I apologize in advance if it seems pointless and irrelevant.
It's unclear on what slowed the individual down on his crimes. In 1975, his menacing antics weren't as frequent from the prior year. In my opinion, I find being as methodical as the Visalia Ransacker is an important key to tracking this unknown criminal. If you can initiate the perspective the ransacker had, it could possibly shed new light on the mysterious man who alluded authorities for years. This was a very lengthy piece of writing, and difficult as well. Currently, I'm writing/editing a "Part 2" of this that is focusing primarily on The East Area Rapist. If you took the time to read this (and help correct my mistakes), I thank you.
http://www.ear-ons.com/crimes_VR.html https://questersite.wordpress.com/2015/10/16/the-visalia-ransacker/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visalia_Ransacker
     
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