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Their rescuers could not believe that there was no sign of anyone else from Hood, alive or dead.Hood, launched in 1918, was at the time still the biggest warship ever built.

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"He committed unspeakable acts of horror." Detectives in New York are now investigating unsolved murders of women there that occurred while Alcala was living in the city between 19, and again in 1977.Recent DNA advances also helped link him to the killings of nurse Georgia Wixted, 27, legal secretary Charlotte Lamb, 32, computer programmer Jill Parenteau, 21, and Jill Barcomb, 18.Prosecutor Matt Murphy said he hunted women like prey, even keeping binoculars in his car.The potential victims include an air stewardess and a nightclub heiress.Steve Hodel, a retired Los Angeles police detective who interviewed Alcala, said: "This could easily be another Ted Bundy. the acts he committed, you've got this monster inside of him." Los Angeles Police Detective Cliff Shepard said: "He's right up somewhere just below Hitler and right around Ted Bundy. We believe there's more out there." Bundy bludgeoned, raped and strangled dozens of victims in the United Statesin the 1970s.Finally, at 5.35am on May 24, Hood spotted the enemy. Briggs recalled: "We had taken them by surprise, and fired about six salvoes before she replied. The third salvo hit us at the base of the mainmast, causing a fire - some of the ammunition was exploding.

"Then there was a hit just above the compass platform.

During the six week trial he insisted on showing the jury a video of his appearance on an episode of The Dating Game in 1978.

He was successful in being picked by a woman for a date.

As an 18-year-old Flag-Lieutenant's messenger, Briggs was on Hood's compass platform when a shell from Bismarck hit the ship between centre and stern, penetrated the deck, exploded and touched off the ammunition in the four-inch and 15-inch magazines.

According to one witness, the column of flame generated was “four times the height of the mainmast".

Alcala, 66, known as the "Dating Game Killer" because he once appeared on the US version of Blind Date, was found guilty of carrying out some of the most disturbing killings ever seen in Los Angeles.