Nearly 80 people were kidnapped and sexually abused by a man who wears costumes, drugs, and special effects to have his victims believe they had been abducted by aliens, according to WNDR.
In a joint investigation made by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the El Paso Sheriff’s Office, and the El Paso Police Department, they were able to arrest the sick serial sexual abuser 73-year-old, Arnold White.
The retired trucker turned sexual predator, confessed during the interrogation that he committed 4 crimes in the region back in the 1990s and committed 79 kidnappings across California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas over a period of 40 years.
More details of this story from WNDR:
White confessed to using a mix of hallucinatory drugs containing LSD and PCP to subdue his victims, before approaching them and carrying them inside his truck to assault them.
In order to confuse his victims even more, he had set up the inside of his truck to look like an operating room and would wear an alien costume.
FBI spokesman Darrell Johnson described the abuse that the accused afflicted to his victim as extremely disturbing.
“He would insert fingers and objects in their various body cavities. He had even created his own sex toys designed to look like alien tools and medical instruments.”
According to Mr. Johnson, most of the victims were loners and marginals, a fact that helped Mr. White evade arrest for so long.
“He chose victims who were gullible and might fall for his traps. Several of his victims were actually ufo investigators he found hanging out around Area 51 or Roswell.”
FBI spokesman Darrell Johnson described the accused’s stratagem as extremely elaborate and described him as “a dangerous predator”.
According to World News Daily Report, White faces 347 criminal charges including kidnapping, sexual assault, and possession. If found guilty on all counts, it could land him in prison for more than 382 years. Don’t drop the soap or else someone else might play “Alien.” He was denied bail this morning and will remain in detention until the beginning of his trial in January.
However, based on our research, this story appears to be “fictional” and “satirical.” WNDR articles are satirical in nature and use fictional representations in their content.