Bill & Ted Co-Creator Was Once Suspected of Being the Night Stalker

Bill & Ted Co-Creator Was Once Suspected of Being the Night Stalker
Before serial killer Richard Ramirez was identified as the Night Stalker, Bill & Ted and Men in Black screenwriter Ed Solomon was briefly considered to be a suspect in the case. In the 1980s, Ramirez terrified the state of California with a killing spree that has been documented in the new Netflix docuseries Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer, which has brought about renewed attention to the notorious murderer.

In August 1985 I was awakened by a call saying "Are you the Night Stalker?" I hung up, thinking it was a weird prank. But it kept happening. That's when I learned - from a reporter on the other end - that I was a prime suspect in that grisly RIchard Ramirez murder spree.

— Ed Solomon (@ed_solomon) January 21, 2021

Taking to Twitter, Ed Solomon revealed his personal link to the case by recalling the night when he was actually questioned by police over his potential involvement.
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