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‘I truly enjoy the hunt and cannot wait for my prize’: Creepy attempted rapist says its his ‘full-time work’ to hunt women and rape them

A Pennsylvania judge is holding a man accountable who admitted his full-time job was to hunt down women he intends to rape.

ABC WFT9 reports that Judge H. Geoffrey Moulton Jr. upheld the sentence on Tuesday at the Superior Court in Lehigh County against Frank Yeager, 33, who confessed to attempted rape in 2013. Yeager was sentenced up to 20 years, but later appealed the conviction, claiming that his attorney never asked if his confession was legal.

His confession consisted handwritten notes with the names of around 200 women that he was fixated on. He was particularly obsessed with plans of stalking and raping real estate agents. He carried out his plan after plotting and stalking a local female agent for five months. Eventually, he tried to lure the real estate agent to a property. He also admitted her home and to her office on numerous occasions.

Posted by Frank Yeager on Saturday, November 6, 2010

According to court documents, Yeager entered the real estate’s office in Lehigh County’s Upper Macungie Township in November 2012, just before she locked up for the day. He asked her to show him a modular home, but suspicious of his motives, she told him to look in the windows and see for himself.

Instead, he walked into the home and closed the blinds, hoping the victim would follow him in. When she didn’t follow, Yeager walked back to the real estate agent’s office, where he was greeted by a male co-worker who asked him to leave.

In his handwritten note, Yeager admitted he planned to rape the real estate agent that day and would have went through with it if not for her co-worker. He also wrote that not only was stalking and raping women his full-career, but that he enjoyed the “hunt.”

“I truly enjoy the hunt and cannot wait for my prize. If you are reading this I found a realtor woman and raped her. I have been planning and have wanted this my whole life.”

The court noted that it was ultimately Yeager’s decision to plead guilty. He was placed in cuffs and sent back to Waymart Correctional Facility after the hearing.

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