"The Night Stalker," Richard Ramirez indiscriminately terrorized people in California in the 1980s. Whether it was kidnapping, raping, and releasing children or breaking into homes and murdering the tenants, Ramirez caused panic and devastation to many people. Two of his surviving victims happened to be from North Dakota.

The Inforum did a follow-up story on Netflix's "The Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer," about the victims of Richard Ramirez's final attack. His final victims were North Dakota couple, William "Billy" Carns and his then-girlfriend. According to the Inforum, Carns and his girlfriend had recently moved to Mission Viejo, California when they were attacked by "The Night Stalker." The two survived this real life horror story.

Carns told the Inforum that he does not remember the attack during the early morning hours of August 25, 1985. He knows that he was shot in the head three times and that his girlfriend was pistol whipped, raped, and tied up. Read more about Billy Carns' encounter with "The Night Stalker" from the Inforum here.

The bone-chilling tale of "The Night Stalker" seems like a movie. But a few people, like Billy Carns and his former girlfriend, are forever scarred by the senseless, unprovoked wrath of a devil incarnate named Richard Ramirez. The Nextflix Documentary, "The Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer" gives brutal details, tells devastating stories, and shows grisly images of a real life horror story - including Billy Carns' story.

Check out the trailer for Netflix's "The Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer" below:

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