This is just unreal. The guy posted the photos and when 4CHAN people didn't believe him, he told them to watch for it to come up in the news:
A man wanted in the killing of a Washington woman — and who may have posted photos online of her body with details of the crime — is believed to have led police in Portland, Oregon, on a high-speed chase Wednesday but was not caught, police said.
A driver thought to be murder suspect David Kalac, 33, was pulled over during a traffic stop just after 1 a.m. and then suddenly roared off in the victim's 2001 gold Ford Focus. Police pursued him across a bridge and down a major road before calling off the chase after the driver began swerving into oncoming traffic, police said. "Kalac is believed to be armed and dangerous," police said in a statement.
The slain woman was found in an apartment in Port Orchard, a city located across Puget Sound from Seattle. Kitsap County Sheriff's Office Deputy Scott Wilson told NBC News station King 5 that police were investigating images of a naked woman with red marks around her neck that were shared anonymously on the online forum 4chan.
The photos were accompanied by the message: "Turns out it’s way harder to strangle someone to death than it looks on the movies." When other users questioned the authenticity of the pictures, which have now been deleted, a reply said: "Check the news for Port Orchard, Washington, in a few hours. Her son will be home from school soon. He'll find her, then call the cops. I just wanted to share the pics before they find me."
The woman, who was aged in her 30s, was found by a family member. "We do not believe this is a random assault," Wilson said. "We believe this person was targeted by a yet-to-be determined other person."
Wilson added: “Any time we have images of this graphic nature that are posted on social media, and purport to be this crime scene, we are going to take those seriously. But we are unable to confirm whether those photographs are of this victim right now.”
The Port Orchard Independent was among several local newspapers to quote Wilson as saying the images appeared to have been posted before officers were called at 3:32 p.m local time (6:32 p.m. ET) on Tuesday.
A woman who lived next door to the victim said she was so unnerved by the violence she wants to move.
"I can't help but think, did she cry out for help? Did she bang on the wall?" Marlene Fecto said. "It's all I can think of — was my TV up too loud? Why didn't I hear her?"