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“THE DATING GAME” serial killer RODNEY ALCALA arrives in New York on charges he murdered two women during the 1970s.
Alcala, 68, accompanied by two US Marshalls were expected to deplane this afternoon in Fun City aka The Big Apple.
Weird-o photographer Alcala was convicted in 2010 of strangling four women and a 12-year-old girl in Southern California.
Alcala, also appeared on a Sept. 13, 1978 episode of “The Dating Game” as Bachelor No. 1.
AS The ENQUIRER reported previously he scored the date with bachelorette school teacher Cheryl Bradshaw but she decided not to go out with him because she found him “creepy”.
PREVIOUS COVERAGE: THE DATING GAME KILLER 
The so-called “Dating Game” killer is now charged with murdering Trans World Airlines stewardess Cornelia Crilley, 23, after raping and strangling her in 1971 as well as nightclub heiress Ellen Hover.
Hover, 23, who lived in Manhattan was found murdered in a posh Westchester suburb in 1977.
"Cold cases are not forgotten cases -- our prosecutors, investigators, and partners in the NYPD do not give up,” Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance told media.
“These cases were built one brick at a time, as each new lead brought us closer to where we are today.”