When I was in jail for my DUI I was locked up with a rapist, among others, one who did in fact give a near stereotypically perfect 'creeper' affect. I remember how he would bird over my shoulder giving me solitaire pointers. He had the cigarette butt blond Eminem dye job that was popular at the turn of the century and DMX lyrics tattooed on his neck. "Get at me Dog."
His m.o. then again was very much that of the stereotypical stranger in the dark. He would knock on the doors of elderly women at 4 AM and then set upon them when they answered. This was of course a horrifying spree for a small community or any community, and I would guess that the Rapist and I (Chris O. or was it Luke R?) still live in the same town to this day with him down at 10th & Van Dorn. Raping white upper middle class grandmothers will get you sent away for a long time and in itself rightfully so.
I know of course that while stereotypes are occasionally fulfilled, the problem of sexual violence is baked much deeper into the mainstream than anyone wants to accept. Around this same age I would play Madden and drink with a man who beat his girlfriend. Deborah and I had a fling behind his back but I did nothing at all to actually help her. Am I a better person who would do something today? Well I've not faced the situation directly since then to my knowledge so yes of course I would. Theoretically that is; same as everyone same as always. I think Deborah's son would be about twelve now.