After his arrest on February 25, 2005, the "BTK Killer," Dennis Rader, gave investigators an extensive 32-hour confession.

During the interview, Rader revealed the locations of his “stashes” containing artifacts taken and used during the murders, paraphernalia from his self-bondage sessions, as well as his “fantasy cards.”

BTK Killer During One Of His Self-Bondage Sessions

The BTK referred to one of these stashes as the “mother lode.”

BTK Killer During One Of His Self-Bondage Sessions

Located in an office space in City Hall, the two-drawer metal cabinet contained an extensive collection of sketches, drawings, as well as bizarre Polaroid photos of Rader engaging in self-bondage while dressed in the victims’ clothing.

BTK Killer During One Of His Self-Bondage Sessions

BTK Killer During One Of His Self-Bondage Sessions

During his interview with Dr. Katherine Ramsland, Rader revealed that "motel parties" were among his most preferred self-bondage practices.

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