Serial Killer: Randy Kraft (The Scorecard Killer) – Full Documentary

Randy Steven Kraft (born March 19, 1945) is an American serial killer known as the Scorecard Killer, the Southern California …


24 thoughts on “Serial Killer: Randy Kraft (The Scorecard Killer) – Full Documentary

  1. I went to high school with Jeff Sayre, the 15 year old that went missing from Westminster November 24, 1979. His bones were finally found in a wash near Magic Mountain in 2016. Jeff was a really nice guy, it was very sad what his family went through. Randy Kraft is a piece of shit, I can't believe he is still alive.

  2. This is a serial killer that is not talked about as often as others. I find that very strange considering the amount of people he killed… And the way they were found, he tortured these kids and Men like something out of a horror movie… It's insane how they didn't catch this guy earlier considering what they found in his house early on. And not to mention giving that kid a ride

  3. I’m 46 years old and I remember I grew up in the 80s and my grandparents and parents told me specifically do not ever hitchhike ever since then rare or not at all have I ever seen someone hitchhike The 70s and the 80s were the Mecca for the serial killers they were all active they screwed it up for everyone! but eventually they’ll get caught good riddance!

  4. Ever notice an alarming amount of serial killers are gay? It is beyond coincidence. Would be nice if people studied the reason why. We can't tho because the powers that be would have a temper tantrum

  5. I didn't know about this one either. I used to read my uncle from Canada's True Detective magazines when I was about 9 or 10 in the late 60s and they were pretty sexist, in that it was always "co-eds" whatever that means (I took it as some Americanism for young women) and they were written in a semi titillating manner, not stuff for a pre adolescent girl but I read EVERYTHING I could lay hands on, anatomy books and encyclopedias being my all time favourite, although the True Detectives were intriguing. I don't suppose Krafts kill choice was the stuff of these odd magazines, so I wouldn't say I had a comprehensive serial killer education as the boy killers seemed to be missing. But, in general, I knew about loads of serial killers way before anyone else of my age group. This one is really interesting but again, monsters of this calibre, the child killers and torturers, really should be dealt with in a way that addresses their crimes and made to suffer and pay back society. I am not going into what I think should be done to them but it would benefit everyone if I was in charge lol!

  6. I listen to a lot of true crime and serial killers documentary, but this guy Kraft had a real heinous way about him. True torture killer with a tally in mind.i hope somehow some way he can feel all the humility, pain, and suffering he made others feel.

  7. People are wondering why it took so long to catch him. Take a look at a graph of crime in California in the second half of the 20th century. The crime rate climbed between 1970 and 1990. The first half of this period was when Kraft did his dirty work. Due to the increase in crime, law enforcement had to staff up and prioritize. What kind of priority would be assigned to the murder of hard-drinking gays from out of state? Low? High?

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