A victim is sometimes posed to send some kind of message to the world - a victims body might be flung beside a No Dumping sign, or as in the case of Henry Lee Lucas, near the gates of a prison. Danny Rolling, the Gainesville Ripper left the head of one of his victims on a fireplace mantel, facing the door. Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler, left his victims posed in positions exposing their genitals toward the door. The intention in both cases was to shock whoever found the bodies. William Lester Suff, convicted of killing thirteen women between 1988 and 1991, mostly street prostitute in Riverside, California, left some of the bodies next to dumpsters with their arms turned outward to expose needle track marks, clearly a message on the worth of victims.