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Updated on Jul 2, 2019. Posted on Jun 1, 2019

This Is The Creepiest True/False Quiz You'll Ever Take

These serial killer stories are so messed up that you're never going to want to guess "true."

Out of the following eight questions about serial killers, three are false. Do you know enough creepy facts about true crime to know which ones?

  1. In the 1940s, a woman killed three people and turned one of them into bars of soap, which she gave out to her friends.

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    True

    Leonarda Cianciulli from Montella in southern Italy killed three women over the course of a year, and wrote in her memoir about how she melted down one of the victims' fat to turn into soap.

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  2. A serial killer from the 1970s appeared on The Dating Game — and actually won.

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    Serial killer Rodney Alcala appeared on the famous dating game show in the midst of his murder spree, and was actually selected as the winning bachelor. Police estimate that he killed as many as 130 people. He is now in his 70s and on death row after being convicted and sentenced for eight of his murders.

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  3. Ted Bundy once saved a police officer from being hit by a car.

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    False

    This never happened, however Bundy did save a 3-year-old toddler from drowning once.

  4. The BTK Killer was caught because of a floppy disk.

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    Dennis Rader — aka the BTK Killer — often communicated with police via messages sent to local media outlets. In one, he asked police if a floppy disk would be traceable, and told them to put a classified ad in the paper telling him it would be OK if it couldn't be traced. They placed the ad telling him it'd be fine, then used the floppy disk he later sent in to trace him back to his church, where he used the floppy to print out documents he'd saved on it.

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  5. A serial killer in Illinois was captured after posting photos of his victims on a dating app.

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    False

    This is totally made up and never happened (as far as I know).

  6. A serial killer in Alaska would set his victims out into the wilderness and hunt them.

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    True

    Robert Hansen was arrested and convicted of killing 17 women throughout the '70s and '80s, and was known to have killed some of them in this manner. He died in prison in 2014.

  7. A serial killer in Southern California got caught when he was pulled over for drunk driving...and had a dead body in the passenger seat.

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    This is how Randy Kraft — aka the Scorecard Killer — was caught. Police saw his car driving erratically and pulled him over, then discovered one of his victims in the seat next to him.

  8. A serial killer in the 1980s appeared in a low-budget horror movie...where he played a serial killer.

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    False

    That never happened, as far as anyone knows!