|About the Book|
Mary Capps worked 6-1/2 years under the supervision of Dennis Rader in the Compliance Department for the City of Park City, Kansas. Rader was her boss until his arrest in February 2005 as the BTK (Bind Torture Kill) serial killer, confessing tenMoreMary Capps worked 6-1/2 years under the supervision of Dennis Rader in the Compliance Department for the City of Park City, Kansas. Rader was her boss until his arrest in February 2005 as the BTK (Bind Torture Kill) serial killer, confessing ten brutal murders, over17 years, 1974 to 1991. The realization that he had targeted her as his eleventh victim, sent her into Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. She reveals things about Dennis Rader not previously made public, including the time her aunt and another Park City employee saved his life- how he terrorized her on the job- how he might have been poisoning her- and documents why she believes she was Project Broadwater - Dennis Raders intended eleventh murder victim. Capps reveals why Park City Management unfailingly sided with her serial killer supervisor instead of her when she filed grievances about her boss erratic, intimidating behavior towards her. She interweaves the despicable acts of BTK with events happening simultaneously in her life- from little girl daydreams to tormenting nightmares. Capps gives a unique insight into the man and monster before his exposure as BTK. Mary Capps began having horrible nightmares and premonitions of impending danger during the final months she worked under Raders supervision. Those nightmares intensified when she realized he had been planning to murder her. It was her own Nightmare on Elm Street -- she desperately needed sleep but was afraid to sleep because she knew what awaited her. And what about the physical symptoms she experienced many times during the afternoons . . . after feeling fine when she went to work? The leg cramps. The sudden trouble breathing. The unexpected loss of memory -- all symptoms like those caused by a certain illegal date rape drug. Was her boss poisoning her? Mary gives two plausible ways he could have done so. Was it a miracle when all of the symptoms cleared up immediately after her last day of working with him? Mary does not think so.