Real Name: G. Daniel Walker
Aliases: None known
Wanted For: Murder
CaseEditDetails: G. Daniel Walker was a prison inmate who escaped from prison in 1973 while serving time for robbery and attempted murder. He had murdered a man named William Ashlock in California and raped his fiancée, repeatedly proclaiming his love to her.
He was later arrested, tried and convicted of the murder, sentenced to seventeen years to life in prison. During his Unsolved interview, he showed many signs of the "diabolical mind" condition, a theory that postulated that some people are unable to differentiate between right and wrong. After the interview, Walker tried to get a shipment of poison sent to him while in prison in an attempt to kill a deputy district attorney. Although the attempt failed, it likely added to his sentence.
Extra Notes: Walker's case was not featured on Unsolved Mysteries; he was interviewed as a part of the Diabolical Minds Special which aired on November 3, 1991.
Results: Unresolved. Walker has tried to appeal his conviction several times, but all attempts were unsuccessful.