Charles Ray Vines was one of the worst kinds of criminals on "Unusual Suspects." The father of two was well-liked in his local community, but they had no idea the secrets that lurked within him. His son admitted later that his father had beaten both him and his mother, but even that wasn't the worst of Vines' crimes.
Vines was caught inside a 16-year-old girl's home. Her parents came home while he was brutally beating and raping her. The girl's stepfather beat Vines until police arrived on the scene. As it turned out, teenagers weren't his usual victims.
He revealed to police that he'd raped and murdered elderly women -- including one he'd known nearly his entire life. And his fetish went beyond the elderly.
An officer recalled interviewing Vines. "I said, ‘Do you like having sex with dead women?’ He said, ‘Oh, yeah. That’s my favorite kind of sex. That’s what I fantasize about.'"
Vines was sentenced to three life terms in prison.
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