He Raped. . . Altemio Sanchez was a modern-day Jekyll and Hyde--a family man who resided in Buffalo, New York, with a wife and two sons, worked nights as a machinist, and concealed a terrible secret. Once a year, after his shift, he'd make a side trip to a secluded spot where women would ride bikes and jog. He was called "e;The Bike Path Rapist"e;--until he crossed the line from rape to murder.He Killed. . . For fourteen years, the Bike Path Killer mercilessly raped and murdered his prey, eluding police every step of the way. Then, the killings stopped. People wondered whether he'd left town, had been locked up in prison for another crime, or maybe even died. But when another woman's corpse with the same lethal signature surfaced, authorities knew the Bike Path Killer was back.And He Almost Got Away With It. Now, for the first time, two award-winning reporters follow a depraved killer's bloody trail of terror to the bitter end: his horrifying confession. . .Includes 16 pages of shocking photos. Maki Becker came to The Buffalo News in 2005 after spending six years at the New York Daily News. Before that, she worked as a reporter at The Charlotte Observer and as a special correspondent for The Los Angeles Times. Michael Beebe is a member of the investigative reporting team at The Buffalo News, has been a reporter and rewrite man for thirty years at the paper, and has won numerous writing awards. He previously worked as a reporter at The Ledger-Star in Norfolk, VA. Both Becker and Beebe covered the unfolding story of the Bike Path Killer while at The Buffalo News.
Bike Path Killer