ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
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Jancy Richardson

How's this for an idea for an incredible horror movie: a woman kills in self-defense and unknowingly takes down a serial killer.

Pretty neat idea for a thriller, and one that could rightfully use the much-touted 'based on real-life events' tagline... because that just happened.

KPTV reports that a woman in West Virginia was forced to grab a gun from her assailant, Neal Falls, after he attempted to strangle her.

Neal Falls: a killer stopped in his tracks?
Neal Falls: a killer stopped in his tracks?

Clearly, this sadistic man was already a menace to society, but what police uncovered in his trunk was even more terrifying...

The large cache of weapons in Falls' vehicle
The large cache of weapons in Falls' vehicle

In addition to the handcuffs and pistol found on Neal Falls' person, Charleston PD opened Falls' trunk and found:

"a 'kill list,' trash bags, sledgehammers, several axes, a shovel, bleach, knives, a machete and other items in his vehicle."
Falls came well-prepared to hurt his victim
Falls came well-prepared to hurt his victim

Police are now looking into the possibility that Falls may be linked to the unexplained deaths and disappearances of six local women. Falls' case bears an uncanny resemblance to the modus operandi of notorious serial killer Ted Bundy, who brought a 'kidnap kit' to the site of his numerous abductions. Bundy's case was filmed as 2002's Ted Bundy (see trailer below).

Source: KPTV, Youtube

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