Douglas Daniel Clark (born March 10, 1948) is an American serial killer. Clark and his accomplice Carol M. Bundy are known as the 'Sunset Strip Killers'. They were accused and subsequently convicted of a series of killings in Los Angeles. Clark, a boiler operator in a Jergens soap factory, previously worked at a San Fernando power station, but was fired due to a high rate of absence and threats of violence he had made against his coworkers. After his marriage failed, he met Bundy in 1980 and began living with her. Clark's relationship with Bundy became abusive, and he paid less attention to her, causing her to become desperate for his attention. He began to share his violent fantasies with Bundy, and in June 1980, the couple made their first kill. The majority of the duo's victims were prostitutes that Clark killed during sex. Reportedly, Clark was striving to fulfill his fantasy of killing a woman during sex and feeling her vaginal contractions during the death spasms.